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sirius_squeeze 24 posts  |  Last Activity: Sep 12, 2014 4:31 PM Member since: Apr 9, 2007
  • sirius_squeeze sirius_squeeze Sep 6, 2014 9:03 PM Flag

    There is no way in HELL Malone can own 70% of the COMMON through buybacks. The original buyback was spiking the price at a rate incompatible with his increasing share of the common moving towards the target 51%. Which is why he made a lowball offer to interrupt the buyback and bring back down the PPS. Malone has NOWHERE NEAR 51% of the common.

    Respectfully.

    Squeeze

  • sirius_squeeze sirius_squeeze Sep 6, 2014 6:41 PM Flag

    And when does the freeze on the buybacks expire and when will the company restart them at the figures originally promised? You can bet the institutions know the date on those ones as well.

    Squeeze

  • sirius_squeeze sirius_squeeze Sep 6, 2014 6:38 PM Flag

    Did you believe him when he said he DOES WANT THE COMPANY FOR $3.68??? Welp, you were wrong for believing him. He's full of s*** and if you haven't figured that out by now maybe you should stick with pin-the-tail-on-the-donkey or checkers. He didn't expect the company at $3.68, he expected to LOWBALL the company and send a message to the banks that he wants the share price so he along with institutions can gather up a slow trickle of small blocks from weak hands conned into putting in stop losses by the very same institutions who by up and lend for short traders. DUH

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  • When Malone was given 40% of the company he was not given 40% of the common shares. He was given convertibles. Malone needs 51% of the COMMON shares in order to access billions of tax free money. He loses the 8 billion NOL benefit if he sells his convertible shares. The logical conclusion for those keeping track at home is that he will have to purchase common shares on the open market at some point. When is the big question. WHEN? BY WHAT DATE can he no longer access this cash? There has to be some type of limitation and you can bet the institutions (who own most of SIRI) know the exact date. Meanwhile they pocket commissions and short term gains by financing an army of short traders swinging back and forth daily, weekly, monthly, even yearly. What percentage of the common shares does Malone own? It's a LONG ways off from 51% so he will be having to buy big time! BIG TIME. Meanwhile he lowballs offers and sends his signals to WS to keep shorting and keep things within purchasing range for him. Didn't he just sell a huge company? When does that cash settle? When will his money/financing be no longer tied up? At what price do the institutions (not the little guy, remember institutions own most of the common shares in SIRI) sell to Malone? At what PPS do the banks decide the cash up front is more beneficial than the commissions on short trades? Again, only the big banks know. You do realize their borrowers have worked these boards to incite volatility and to quell positive longterm sentiment for nearly 10 years now. The fact remains, a billionaire wants more billions and he has some buying to do.

    Think big picture and don't be dumbed down by small minds.

    Squeeze

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