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    I hope everyone does well. Good Luck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by midas360 View Post
    Sirius XM May 2016 Thread (other stocks too)



    I hope everyone does well. Good Luck!

    Check your calendar Brandon, it's still April!
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    For anyone interested......

    .....Muscle has a new article out in SA.

    Here is a link: http://seekingalpha.com/article/3969...s-bullish-path

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    Sell in May and Go Away?


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    April Light Vehicle Sales As Reported by Wards

    April 2016 U.S. LV Sales Thread: Strong Monthly Sales Pushing SAAR Past 17 Million Again
    May 3, 2016 John Sousanis | WardsAuto

    (FINAL) U.S. automakers sold 1.497 million light vehicle in April, a 0.5% decline in daily same from same-month year-ago. Sales equated to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 17.32 million units.
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    U.S. Light Vehicle Sales Summary, April 2016
    WardsAuto Forecast LV Sales 1.52 million
    Actual April LV Sales 1.50 million
    WardsAuto Forecast LV SAAR 17.58 million
    Actual April LV SAAR 17.32 million

    WardsAuto tracks light-vehicle (LV) deliveries throughout sales reporting day. Monthly year-over-year change represents the change in daily sales rate (DSR). April had 27 selling days this year compared with 26 days in 2015, meaning DSR % change will be smaller than straight volume %change for year-over-year comparisons this month.

    Overview: U.S. automakers sold 1,497,232 light vehicles in April, equating to a 55,543 unit daily sales rate (DSR), a 0.5% decline from same-month year-ago's DSR, on a volume increase for the month of 48,580 units. Year-to-date, industry sales are up 3.2% compared with like-2015, to 5,559,401.

    April's 17.32 million LV SAAR was the highest for the month since 2002.

    On a strict volume basis, last month was the second-best April on record, after April 2005.

    General Motors led all automakers with nearly 260,000 deliveries and a 17.3% share of the market, though slow fleet sales and poor car sales in general reduced GM's overall share from 18.6% last year.

    Ford took a 15% share, as it did a year-ago, followed by Toyota (14.1% vs 14.0% year-ago). FCA grabbed the No.4 spot with a 13.2% share. Honda finished in the No. 5 spot ahead of Nissan for the first time this year, taking a 9.9% share.


    UPDATE 3:35 PM ET: With all but one automakers reporting, the SAAR is tracking at 17.3 million-units.Today's sales report thread appears below. See related articles for additional details.

    UPDATE 2:15 PM ET: South Korean sister companies, Kia and Hyundai, are moving in opposite directions. Kia's April DSR was up 2.1%, on 56,508 deliveries, putting the smaller of Hyundai Group brands 4.3% ahead of year-ago YTD. Hyundai, meanwhile, reported a disappointing 62,213 unit deliveries in April, for an 11.9% decline in daily sales, leaving the automakers YTD sales down 1.9% from like-2015.

    UPDATE 1:20 PM ET: Toyota's daily sales were flat with year-ago April on 211,125 LV deliveries. Toyota's sales for the first four months are also roughly even with year-ago, at 780,000.

    With the exception of Audi, German luxury maker sales are trailing the rest of the industry. BMW reported April sales of BMW- and MIni-brand vehicles were down 11.7% on a daily basis, leaving monthly sales at 29,747 units. BMW is trailing year-ago YTD by 10.1%.

    Chief rival Daimler, meanwhile, delivered 32,301 LVs, including Mercedes Benz, Smart and Sprinter-brand vehicles - a 4.2% DSR drop from year-ago, pulling Daimler YTD sales 1% below year-ago year-to-date.

    UPDATE 12:30 PM ET: Subaru reports it sold 50,380 LVs in April, its best result for the month ever. The automaker's DSR was up 2.7% over year-ago, it's previous best for April. YTD sales are up 2.4%.

    Volkswagen daily sales fell 13% from year-ago, to 27,112 - the company's lowest April sales volume since 2010. The result left VW's YTD sales trailing year-ago by 11.7%.

    UPDATE 11:00 AM ET: Honda daily sales leapt 10.2% over year-ago on the strength of 148,829 LV sales. Honda's year-to-date deliveries are up 9.2%, to 506,532.

    Nissan sales were up as well, with a DSR improvement of 8.6% resulting in totals sales of 123,861 LVs, bring YTD sales to 524,065 - 9.8% over like-2015.

    Audi sold 17,801 vehicles, up 1.8% on a daily basis, somewhat below the German brand's 5% gain on year-ago YTD.

    UPDATE 10:15 AM ET: General Motors sold roughly 7,000 more LVs in April than it did in April 2015, but with one additional sales day this year, the automaker's daily sales rate fell 7.1%, on total deliveries of 259,577. GM's four-month total of over 943,000 units is of year-ago's pace by 1%.

    Ford daily sales were also down, 0.6% behind year-ago, on 224,308 LV deliveries. Ford's YTD sales, however, are up 6.7% on slightly more than 853,00 sales.

    FCA sold 198,177 LVs in April, lifting its DSR a modest 1.6%. The company's January-though-April sales topped 745,000 units, up 7.9% over same-period year-ago.

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    Brandon- Came across this article in my continued quest to invest in baseball. Disney again! Love it

    http://recode.net/2016/05/04/disney-...aming-company/

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    Because ESPN has worked out so well?

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    Brandon- Came across this article in my continued quest to invest in baseball. Disney again! Love it

    http://recode.net/2016/05/04/disney-...aming-company/
    Good luck to them (and you too Spence!). FWIW I watch my streaming baseball on a free app from Fox Sports Go.

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    SI...Just checked in on AT for the first time since i sold it for a small 300$ profit a few weeks ago. Glad i sold when i did...down to $2.39 today. ETE on the other hand is standing pretty solid around the 13 area. Monday is the last day to get in on to collect the dive on the 28th. I am still long 2k shares.

    Good luck all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by user34615145 View Post
    Good luck to them (and you too Spence!). FWIW I watch my streaming baseball on a free app from Fox Sports Go.
    MLB Advanced Media handles the streaming for HBO, MLBTV, Watch ESPN, WWE Network, NHL Network etc.


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