i bought 20 thousand shares at 11 cents and still holding....i hope siri continues to suck!! making a ton of money. to bad for you bpy03
Duke is not posting today because he knows that he is wrong about siri...its about to explode!!!....LOL
please re-post article you "wrote 4 years ago"???? who remembers. If you dont repost THEN YOU ARE A FRAUD.
enough already duke, last week you said that siri will be down this past week.....WRONG AGAIN...PLEASE GIVE IT UP
ok duke, i copied and pasted your comment about no divident for shareholders. As far as Im concerned this is going to prove whether you have a grip on this company or not, because if they do declare a divident then you will be exposed as a real fraud because all you you do is use scare tactics so shareholders sell their shares as you are a SHORT
to make tons of money dude like i have....i am in at 11cents....sorry mr short . LOL
absolutely seriously, this stock has had nothing but upgrades since liberty pulled out and its still floundering....disgusting!!
Duke, why dont you just admit that you are short on this stock. Each week all you do is tell all your readers the reasons why siri will go into the 2's hoping they will sell their shares. You phrase all your posts as if you are a genius with the english language so no one can understand you. You never mentions siri business model where it has over 25 million subs, will have over $1BILLION in free cash flow and is growing each year. As for myself, I will continue to own siri as I WILL NEVER BE A LOSER as I bought 75,000 shares at 5 cents. I am sure their are many shareholders as myself that have bought at these low prices and have made thousands and thousands of dollars.
If you have a pair you will respond to this post.
how can buying back shares in be a mistake. It shows shareholders that they have confidence in their company you fool....oh forgot, they are also paying down their debt. Go back to high school and this time dont cut your business class!
Hopefully with liberty cancelling the stock swap it will open doors for a company like apple or amazon to to make a try buying sirus for its true value!
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- There's never a dull moment in SIRI-Land. With rumors swirling that Amazon plans to enter the realm of music streaming, I've begun to field questions about its potential impact to satellite radio giant Sirius XM .
After spending most of 2013 at or near 52-week highs, shares of Sirius have been muted for most of this year. In fact, since reaching of high of $4.18, the stock has been down by as much as 20%. But that's a far cry from the depths this company has reached.
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After a near-death experience in 2008 sent the company to the brink of bankruptcy, Sirius has been a model of execution. It wasn't long ago that Pandora was said to be the death-knell of Sirius. Then it was Spotify.
Last year, even amid music streaming entries by Apple and Google , Sirius stock soared more than 30%. Now today, because of Amazon rumors, bears are lining up with shovels in hand ready for yet another Sirius burial.
But here's the thing: aside from Netflix , I don't believe there's another subscription model that can match Sirius' subscriber growth over the past couple of years. This has occurred even amid all these past threats.
Admittedly, Amazon isn't just another company.
Without knowing details about how Amazon plans to monetize this service -- assuming it does happen -- it's premature to quantify any near-term or long-term threats to Sirius. Besides, even with Amazon's dominance, Amazon's Prime service has posed no threat to Netflix. And likewise, Redbox kiosks are still alive and kicking.
The point being, there's nothing new to this story. Some services have tried to overcharge and others have taken the undercut route. Despite all of that, Sirius has taken everyone's best punch and has grown. Now, if Amazon can bundle its music with movies and its shipping plans, I can see some concerns for Sirius.
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Sirius has some extr