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Sirius XM Holdings Inc. Message Board

toomany4gong 125 posts  |  Last Activity: 28 minutes ago Member since: Jan 3, 2006
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  • Get ready for the surprise. This is way way oversold with all other reporting semiconductor beating estimates. Obviously someone is making boat loads of money on this stock.

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    Are you ready for the runup?

    by toomany4gong 23 hours ago
    toomany4gong toomany4gong 22 hours ago Flag

    Low volume is good for runup.

  • Get some popcorn and enjoy the ride.


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    TM4G Alert to Shorts: GOWYSC

    by toomany4gong Oct 23, 2014 1:11 PM
    toomany4gong toomany4gong Oct 23, 2014 2:13 PM Flag

    Time is running out. GOWYSC shorts!


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    TM4G Alert to Shorts: GOWYSC

    by toomany4gong Oct 23, 2014 1:11 PM
    toomany4gong toomany4gong Oct 23, 2014 1:48 PM Flag

    This is truly the last chance to GOWYSC. Major run-up up ahead.

    Strong buy too strong!

  • toomany4gong by toomany4gong Oct 23, 2014 1:11 PM Flag

    TM4G Investments have announced an alert to all who have a SHORT position in SIRI.
    Alert is GOWYSC that stands for "Get out while you still can".
    This alert is reserved for dire situations where many Short positions will be forced to cover before getting the margin call.
    Again: GOWYSC for all Shorts.

  • toomany4gong by toomany4gong Oct 22, 2014 9:03 PM Flag

    Don't miss the Siri boat.
    $5 is inevitable on its way up to $10 and beyond.

  • toomany4gong by toomany4gong Oct 22, 2014 8:57 PM Flag

    Invest in hardware. Not software.

  • Wait for the 3pm repurchase to close.
    Strong buy too too toooooooooooooo strong!!!

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    $4.00 HERE WE COME !!

    by grayhoundghost Oct 17, 2014 10:19 AM
    toomany4gong toomany4gong Oct 21, 2014 5:20 PM Flag

    No no no. You have it all wrong.
    By end of this month after earnings report.

    Strong buy too strong!!!

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    New 52 week high imminent.

    by toomany4gong Oct 21, 2014 1:55 PM
    toomany4gong toomany4gong Oct 21, 2014 2:43 PM Flag

    Doesn't matter. Both comes with Sirius/XM. Can't go wrong with that.

    Strong buy too strong x 1000

  • toomany4gong by toomany4gong Oct 21, 2014 1:55 PM Flag

    Load up and enjoy the ride. Pick your color for the new Porsche, Ferrari, Stingray, or whatever that floats your boat. Congratulations in advance!

    Strong Buy Too Strong!!!

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    Apple Pay will be DOA. Here is the reason why.

    by toomany4gong Oct 20, 2014 12:42 AM
    toomany4gong toomany4gong Oct 20, 2014 1:13 AM Flag

    The flaw in this Apple-Pay venture is that they are introducing a new form of payment to select minority group of people affecting (or trying to impose upon) all merchants. Imagine Volksvagen came out with a car that pumps the gas for you. Do you think everyone will rush out and get VW? No way. And VW requires that in order to accommodate their new vehicles all gas stations now must install a new pump station. Not a chance. This whole venture is thought up with only one purpose. And that purpose is not to provide secure way of payment. Of course it has to be secure and that is not even an option. The real purpose is to make more money for Apple. And since money just don't grow from trees it has to come from somewhere. Someone is going to pay more for this Apple Pay and that usually is the consumers. One way or another they will get it out of you. That is besides the point. The point is that a new form of financial transaction cannot only serve select group of people. That is just purely idiotic, arrogant, and flawed business model.

  • In trying to solve a problem Apple Pay creates a new one. It may be more secure to pay with Apple Pay and consumers may leave their plastic cards at home. But what Apple don't realize is that people will never leave their wallets home even without any credit cards. There are some things you cannot buy with credit card either plastic or Apple Pay and that means wallet has to be there to carry some cash. Then there are insurance cards, grocery market discount cards, entertainment club card, AAA card, receipts, wallet size paper pictures, etc etc. The day of no one carrying a wallet is a far fetched idea only good in selling the product.
    Another aspect of physical wallet is that it is carried in the pocket or purse and only taken out when needed. Phone is mostly carried and out in the open more than it is in the pocket or purse. People are glued to their phones now days. All that gigabytes of data just a one "take-it-and-run" away from being lost. It is unbelievable how much personal data are carried around in the phone by so many people. And docking this phone to near-field grid is like opening a door to your device. There is no lock that cannot be broken into.
    The most critical issue that will render Apple Pay dead on arrival is its inconvenience. Contrary to what Apple have claimed and hope to be true the usage of Apple Pay is not going to be convenience to shoppers. Imagine going from point A to point B by first going through C to Z. All these security step after step after step with privacy to make a transaction when you can just pay cash and be done with. Imagine having an issue with a transaction and trying to decipher what is what, who's responsible, at what point of the transaction was there a glitch or error. It is a huge task to keep up to date and enormous amount of support hours to keep it going smoothly. The more parts there are in a car the more parts to break down. There are just too many points of failure for the sake of convenience.

  • toomany4gong toomany4gong Oct 17, 2014 3:49 PM Flag

    Mr Cuban is in panic mode. NFLX will drop even further. Just think about Costco. Why go though the middle man when you can sell directly to consumer? Netflix is nothing more than a middle man now with more and more TV/Movie companies selling directly to consumer. NFLX will tank down to sub $100.

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    by edya_gupta Oct 17, 2014 2:06 PM
    toomany4gong toomany4gong Oct 17, 2014 2:20 PM Flag

    Exactly. He probably owns boatloads of NFLX shares and lost millions. He thinks he can pump it up by twitting stuff like that. That's so obvious and transparent. Netflix P/E is still over 100 after 25% drop. It will continue to drop as all independent channels provide streaming video. Watch out below.

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    Earnings Reaction

    by ob3nj Oct 16, 2014 8:57 AM
    toomany4gong toomany4gong Oct 16, 2014 9:23 PM Flag

    I'm not an expert in any way but I will give you my two cents on this matter. Within last 12 months Amazon Music and Samsung Milk has joined the band wagon and with Apple Radio, Spotify, and Sirius Internet Radio in the crowd I can't imagine substantial increase in listening hours for Pandora. There is a limit to how much listening hours can be generated by the population and it's being split into more pieces. I think that's what's happened to Netflix. The numbers will not go up forever and at some point will stagnate. At that point the business model has to be able to sustain itself with cash generated. The stock has already given up a lot due to overall market conditions so it's a tough call as to what's going to happen after the earnings report. It all depends on the numbers.

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    Earnings Reaction

    by ob3nj Oct 16, 2014 8:57 AM
    toomany4gong toomany4gong Oct 16, 2014 1:48 PM Flag

    The difference between Pandora and other listed companies with streaming music platforms is that Pandora has nothing else to survive. For other platforms like Apple music, Amazon music, and Samsung Milk this music business is a side project. They don't depend on streaming music for survival and hardly makes any dent in their overall business. But they can continue to improve and take away market share from Pandora which has nothing else to fall back on. I think there will be some mergers and consolidation of streaming music companies but for now Pandora is a liability since they don't make any profit. No one would pay to buy a company so it can continue to lose money.

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    Wireless charging is The Next Big Thing

    by toomany4gong Oct 15, 2014 10:17 PM
    toomany4gong toomany4gong Oct 16, 2014 1:22 PM Flag

    I think Intel needs to diversify its products and have full control of wireless technology. At this price there is a risk Samsung may take over and dominate the wireless market.

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    with 40 PE this should be $200 at max

    by lost_like_2000 Oct 16, 2014 9:56 AM
    toomany4gong toomany4gong Oct 16, 2014 11:01 AM Flag

    I agree. At least with Amazon Prime you get free 2 day shipping, a book a month, and streaming music. Netflix has nothing else to offer other than video. P/E of 40 sounds about right.

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