Your comment, "Not a real honest to goodness real buyer in sight" rife with opinion only and zero factual data.
Evidently you are either unaware of the 6 month window given after the notice or you expect current shareholders to flee in fear. impaler81 knows about the extension given whenever the notice comes out and to whichever stock below $1. The 5 day chart is on the upswing and down a penny today is fairly meaningless relative to that chart. DRYS will have included in the notice a six month extension. BTW metalthing asked whether you have a position in this stock. No reply and I'd guess you're short. Have a great weekend, regardless.
End of week tree shake. They pop it at the open then take it into the red. If I'm right buy the dip.
Imposter with more than 500 messages and an alias less than a week old. All that bashing, all those messages, swirling the bowl. Now what?
What I see is an imposter, KERNSIXTY who hopes to appear to be k e m s I x t y. I see a new alias that is 3 days old with 466 messages. You live one sad life.
Good to see someone with measured reason posting. I agree, too early to tell if this is a real reversal.
Kinda obvious that next to no one is making money when shares are at historic lows. I mean who knows what happens here. Any new long is a risk taker, that's for sure. But back to your view. Are you in search of liars? I know a couple boards (SIRI & QTWW) where liars, instigators enjoy hogging. What of it?
Broad strokes with a very broad paint brush, meaning the historical past success is simply that. Standard Oil and it's anticipatory moves ahead of governmental regs, or same with AT&T, do correlate to your point about Malone. However, as with GM, the BK'd GM shares, had much to do with government being successful (to the negative) than with the CEOs running GM. And what of the steel industry or coal? The government has a undeniable role, a force to monitor in the sense it can undo it's target.
I've owned Sirius. Nothing compels me to re-own it. At least not at the current level nor in view of alternatives. I may be too old to fully appreciate the service. However, the people I speak to in their twenties, they aren't subscribers and their free listens did nothing to get them to be one. Howard Stern, I'll pass on that too. I suspect most young people see him as an old fogie. Whatever, you're here to extoll owning Sirius. You may have better luck convincing somebody else.