Anybody think that the analysts have set themselves up perfectly to be "surprised" by SIRI's numbers on Q3 and Q4.

That way they can all reap the benefits since their companies have been probably loading up to go long...

Just looking at these things make it seem likely:

1. Daily trading volume is high.
2. Analysts covering a .30 stock (why bother??)
3. They provide very specific reasons for it to be low, yet they say the reasons are speculation (debt "might" not be refied, autos "might" affect sales) lots of "mights"
4. Mel is quiet, does anyone think of Mel as someone who is "quiet"

IMO I say watch out for a run...