Here's one more rating from TM4G Investments: Strong Buy Too Strong!
Price target: $10 by year end.
Key phrase: "Paying customers"
Key number: "Over 1 billion in revenue"
Key outcome: Free cash flow profit in 100s of millions.
Strong buy too too tooooooooooooooooooo strong! $5 here we come!
The year when all things digital become satellite driven. 4G LTE is old technology that depends on transmission towers. Those ugly fake pine trees on the hillside will be the thing of the past.
Today's close: $4.52
Sirius is CASH generating machine. Increasing number of paying customers, revenue, and auto sales all lead to increase in value. Don't forget, this is a MONOPOLY that is disguised as competition to all other internet music companies. Soon or later the feds will realize their mistake but not before this company delivers satellite digital data and entertainment to every mobile and stationary objects on the planet earth with simple tune in receiver with monthly subscription plan. By then the price of this stock will be $100 per share. There is a very good chance that this will be bought out before it gets any more expensive. $5 just around the corner. Takeover price of $10 before this reaches $5. Whoever controls SIRIUS will become the global digital powerhouse. Once Iridium Next starts delivering satellite mobile phones with direct link to Sirius it's game over.
Strong buy too too toooooooooooooooooooooo strong!!!
Whichever company that acquires Sirius will control the future of digital media. No guts no vision will lead to demise of Apple, Verizon, or Google.
SIRI is like ATM that spits out money 24/7. They have so much cash they don't know what to do with it other than keep buying back their shares to decrease the float. Earnings will be spectacular partly due to ever increasing number of paid subscribers who care less about $20 a month for SIRI than they care about piece of gum stuck to their car tire. Another reason is with decrease in number of shares the earnings naturally go up per share. Spectacular earnings and that will drive further interest for buyout. Competition will be fierce once first offer of takeover comes in. $10 per share is minimum buyout price possibly going up to $20 per share before the dust settles. Not a bad price for complete global domination of mobile digital entertainment and communication.
Strong buy too too toooooooooooooo strong!!!
For the unprofessional investors the price of a stock will begin to rise as soon as they sell.
TM4G Recommendation: Don't sell.
Strong buy too too toooooooooo strong! Major takeover coming.
Google has the money but no foresight or vision. Mobile digital global domination is in their grasp. Soon or later someone will see the light and take over Sirius/XM. Satellite is the future.
Learn the ways of TM4G and you will not lose money.
Strong buy too too tooooooooooooooo strong!!!
The stage is set for earth shattering announcement by either Google, Apple, Microsoft, ATT, or Verizon. Who will take over the one and only Sat Radio monopoly? What will be the price? Min $10 per share. Drum roll please!
TM4G has just announced new acronym for SIRI stock trade: BASALYM for "Bet against SIRI and lose your money".
New 52 week high just around the corner.
Buy now or forever regret! This won't stay under $4 for very long.
Strong buy too too toooooooooooooooo strong!!!
Never buy a car without Sirius/XM.
Never buy a car that requires you to sync with your phone to get audio.
SIRI is here to stay. Syncing your phone to car is a DOOMED scenario. Most people don't even sync to get phone calls. The "sync" concept is not going to work. The only thing that's going to "sink" is their stock price...Pandora.
SIRI to $100.
Strong Buy Too Too Tooooooooooooooooo Strong!!!
trying to take down is being maintained and supported by their efforts.
The key to success lies not in music or content. Anyone can provide that with deals and contracts. The real key is just like the air you breathe. Always on and always available. No need to take any gadget to your car. No need to do anything other than just go to your car, get in, and turn on your engine. And if you like change the channel. Anything more, even thinking about taking your phone to your car to listen to audio, is one step too many. A hassle.
Sirius will succeed based on its mode of delivery and simplicity. Period.
Sirius to $100 per share.
All this supposed competition in the car/mobile entertainment sector is very good for the consumers. But it is only a facade and keeps the feds off Sirius's back for being a monopoly. Without Pandora, Apple Radio, Spoify, Iheart, Milk, Google Radio, and now Amazon Prime Music posing themselves as threat to Sirius/XM the company will not be able to maintain current monopoly of the situation.
Yes, it seems like a crazy statement, oxymoron, and ironic to state that Sirius is a monopoly with so much choices out there but the whole industry is missing the point.
Music or other many content provided (although content is important) by Sirius/XM is not the reason Sirus/XM is a monopoly. The monopoly lies in the fact that delivery of digital data is done by satellites directly to any moving or stationary vehicle. Direct satellite feed. No LTE, no WiFi, no using up precious gigabytes allowed monthly, and always on structure.
That is the monopoly that separates Sirius/XM from all else. And that is the key for success.
No forgetting to take phone to your car, no charging your phone once in the car, no turning on the bluetooth you turned off to save battery, no searching for the icon to open the app, no waiting around for your car to sync with the phone, no tapping around to turn on your favorite station, no fumbling around with charger/wire/phone holder, no unhooking everything and setting your bluetooth off when you arrive at your destination, the list goes on and on.
No matter how great the content, no matter how easy it is to set up the sync, no matter how cheap gigabytes of data used.....there is no way of going around the hassle of setting up your phone. One step, just one step beyond turning on the engine of your car is one step too many to have audio entertainment start in your car.
It is a monopoly and Sirius/XM needs all these other online providers to maintain its monopoly status. Truly ironic in that the very company Google, Apple, Pandora, and etc are tr