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  1. dm_4 is offline
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    01-09-2015, 06:14 PM #331
    @Steiny...you def posted it before end of trading bell, i thought i had added you, sorry man...your in now. thanks.

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    01-09-2015, 06:15 PM #332
    Ok so here is the final list. Just to make things a lil more interesting if any one nails the price spot on....I will mail you a 20 spot. God i hope Raptor wins! (wolf/SF split). Here is hoping that siri treats us much better this year than last...GLTA!



    2015 eoy predictions.

    dm_4............................$4.44
    beehaus........................$5.25
    S.F...............................$4.18
    62 Olds.........................$4.56
    Wolf.............................$4.18
    Osprey.........................$4.23
    bdp..............................$4.79
    Nazareth......................$4.12
    siriustimes....................$4.21
    bcoz............................$4.30
    Garcar.........................$4.36
    Denco1........................$47.90 EOY 2015 absorbed by MaloneCo as LMCK stock
    Waldo..........................$3.86
    JR999..........................$4.13
    Raptor.........................$7.00
    njbones.......................$4.15
    Steiny.........................$3.95

    I'ts for chits n grins ...so relax lol....life is short
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  3. midas360 is offline
    01-09-2015, 07:24 PM #333
    "Sirius XM Holdings Inc.'s(SIRI) stock advanced 3.81%, to close the day at $3.54. The stock recorded a trading volume of 52.16 million shares, much above its three months average volume of 30.86 million shares. The stock oscillated between $3.43 and $3.56 during the session. Over the last three trading sessions and over the past three months, Sirius XM Holdings Inc.'s(SIRI) shares have gained 4.12% and 7.93%, respectively. However, the stock has lost 6.60% in the previous one year. The company is trading above its 50-day and 200-day moving averages. Sirius XM Holdings Inc.'s(SIRI) 50-day moving average of $3.48 is above its 200-day moving average of $3.39. Additionally, the stock traded at a PE ratio of 45.27 and has a Relative Strength Index (RSI) of 57.10."

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    01-09-2015, 08:04 PM #334
    Seems so interesting to me that Mel said on CNBC he would even invest in a Time Warner CBS merger if it happened. Remember when Mel left Sirius he said he would only work for a NY media company with an independent board and no controlling shareholder. Guess what Time Warner is - NY media, independent board, no controlling shareholder. Mel said he wanted a smaller company than Time Warner but I wonder if he is wavering??? Who knows, but very interesting. CBS was his baby in the 90s and early 2000's. Bewkes and Moonves are 2 strong CEOs. I can't help but wonder whether Viacom and CBS get together again as well? Mel's merger in 1999. I see a match there as well. Redstone is 91. He won't control it forever.

    Big media getting very interesting. Even more interesting than Sirius. I love merger rumors.
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    01-09-2015, 11:48 PM #335
    Quote Originally Posted by MUSCLE13 View Post
    Seems so interesting to me that Mel said on CNBC he would even invest in a Time Warner CBS merger if it happened. Remember when Mel left Sirius he said he would only work for a NY media company with an independent board and no controlling shareholder. Guess what Time Warner is - NY media, independent board, no controlling shareholder. Mel said he wanted a smaller company than Time Warner but I wonder if he is wavering??? Who knows, but very interesting. CBS was his baby in the 90s and early 2000's. Bewkes and Moonves are 2 strong CEOs. I can't help but wonder whether Viacom and CBS get together again as well? Mel's merger in 1999. I see a match there as well. Redstone is 91. He won't control it forever.

    Big media getting very interesting. Even more interesting than Sirius. I love merger rumors.
    In this Parsons CNBC interview from this morning, he called Mel's deal logic unassailable

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    The idea of a merger between CBS and Time Warner is "almost compelling" and could happen one day, Parsons said.

    Parsons was responding to comments from former CBS CEO Mel Karmazin, who told "Squawk Box" on Thursday he would invest his own money into a combination of the two media companies if one were to materialize.

    http://www.cnbc.com/id/102324476

  6. midas360 is offline
    01-10-2015, 03:41 PM #336
    Forbes Article... (from yesterday)

    Sirius XM Is Banking On The Used Car Market For The Next Wave Of Subscriber Additions

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/greatspe...ber-additions/

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    01-10-2015, 06:00 PM #337
    Quote Originally Posted by MUSCLE13 View Post
    In this Parsons CNBC interview from this morning, he called Mel's deal logic unassailable

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    The idea of a merger between CBS and Time Warner is "almost compelling" and could happen one day, Parsons said.

    Parsons was responding to comments from former CBS CEO Mel Karmazin, who told "Squawk Box" on Thursday he would invest his own money into a combination of the two media companies if one were to materialize.

    http://www.cnbc.com/id/102324476
    No doubt in my mind that Mel Karmazin will do what is best for Mel Karmazin. Always has, and always will. Of course now that he's not a fiduciary that's just fine and dandy, but as far as i'm concerned, as CEO Mr. Karmazin talked a good game about doing right by the shareholders but when push came to shove, it was the shareholders interests that always took a back seat to his own.
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    01-10-2015, 08:29 PM #338
    Quote Originally Posted by KnowitALL View Post
    No doubt in my mind that Mel Karmazin will do what is best for Mel Karmazin. Always has, and always will. Of course now that he's not a fiduciary that's just fine and dandy, but as far as i'm concerned, as CEO Mr. Karmazin talked a good game about doing right by the shareholders but when push came to shove, it was the shareholders interests that always took a back seat to his own.
    Mel's Infinity Broadcasting IPO'd in 1992 at $17.50 per share. In 1996 when he sold Infinity to CBS the price was $170 per share split adjusted for about a 1000% return. I was lucky enough to invest in 1992. In early 1996 CBS was about $17 per share. Mel took over as CEO in late 1997 and it was $18 per share. When he sold CBS to Viacom in 99 it was about $55 per share for about a 300% increase. I was a shareholder all the way through. When Sirius almost went bankrupt in 2008/2009 recession it dropped to 6 cents a share. I am sure a lot of shareholders lost money. I decided to invest a lot more during the recession years and averaged down to about 37 cents a share. When Mel left Sirius in late 2012 the stock was about $3 and it eventually went past $4 and so I averaged close to a 1000% return on that.

    I have also followed Howard to Comcast which I started investing at $19 a share when Howard joined AGT on NBC. It is now $56 a share 4 years later. Mel said this week he would invest his own money if TWX and CBS merged. I happen to follow and own some shares in both companies but you can bet I will be watching and investing more if they merge. Why wouldn't I? Mel has always been about the stock price.
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    01-10-2015, 10:34 PM #339
    Well i pulled off a rare feat in gambling circles.....i took the birds getting 7...yet rooted my pats to a victory. I knew it was gonna be a war...and proved to be nothing less!! Thats a win/win.

    I have carolina getting 13 pts. I liked the hawks...but after winning with the first "dawg of the day" decided to go with another "dawg" who is getting a boat load of pts. another dog fight so far.


    Good luck tomorrow Denco!

    Im thinking of taking the stars tomorrow....but line is going down. Tuff to not bet against a qb with a bad calf muscle tho regardless of line going lower.
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    01-10-2015, 11:21 PM #340
    Quote Originally Posted by dm_4 View Post
    Well i pulled off a rare feat in gambling circles.....i took the birds getting 7...yet rooted my pats to a victory. I knew it was gonna be a war...and proved to be nothing less!! Thats a win/win.

    I have carolina getting 13 pts. I liked the hawks...but after winning with the first "dawg of the day" decided to go with another "dawg" who is getting a boat load of pts. another dog fight so far.


    Good luck tomorrow Denco!

    Im thinking of taking the stars tomorrow....but line is going down. Tuff to not bet against a qb with a bad calf muscle tho regardless of line going lower.
    Nice call. Congrats!

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