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  1. midas360 is offline
    01-13-2015, 06:22 PM #411
    Just more data they can sell to the insurance companies.

    Quote Originally Posted by Faulkner_SA View Post
    Well that's stupid. You can just buy an OBD code reader and look up the code yourself for the cost of 2 months of that service. The hell is the point?

    TSLA looks real real bad. I wonder when it's gonna go down to $60 (or even below $40) again....

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    01-13-2015, 08:25 PM #412
    oh my..... there's a gap up @ 3.42 from last week isn't there? I didn't see it or remember it was there.

    If the market gets that "baby out with the bathwater" feeling we could grab that gap even if it's just briefly.

    I''ll still be buying 3.48 because that's where the EMA 14, 20 & 15 are as well as the SMA 50 & 100 and lastly the Weekly SMA 100... but my wad won't be blown til that pesky little gap fills.

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    01-13-2015, 08:36 PM #413
    Maybe save some for the gap play??

    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf Child View Post
    oh my..... there's a gap up @ 3.42 from last week isn't there? I didn't see it or remember it was there.

    If the market gets that "baby out with the bathwater" feeling we could grab that gap even if it's just briefly.

    I''ll still be buying 3.48 because that's where the EMA 14, 20 & 15 are as well as the SMA 50 & 100 and lastly the Weekly SMA 100... but my wad won't be blown til that pesky little gap fills.

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    01-14-2015, 09:02 AM #414
    Does anybody think Siri is looking to buy Spotify?

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    01-14-2015, 09:21 AM #415
    Quote Originally Posted by Nazareth View Post
    Does anybody think Siri is looking to buy Spotify?
    that's been my hope for a while.

    SXM lacks true personalization.

    But would it be SIRI or LMCA that would do the buying?

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    01-14-2015, 09:56 AM #416
    So if history repeats itself yet again, we are smacked down from the 3.60's, and within a couple of weeks or less we are back to 3.30's or lower. Like clockwork, the same routine every time. But maybe this time will be different? Not counting on it...

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    01-14-2015, 11:44 AM #417
    Morgan Stanley raised its price target on SIRI to $3.90 and reaffirmed its "equal weight" opinion. Since then, the stock has added 0.3% to trade at $3.59. Looking at the charts, Sirius XM Holdings Inc. has been a laggard, dropping 2.2% year-over-year. Traders have responded to the stock's technical struggles by placing bearish bets. Specifically, 6.7% of SIRI's float is sold short, and would take over six sessions to repurchase, at its average daily pace of trading.

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    01-14-2015, 04:03 PM #418
    dumbfounded.

    bought the open @ 3.50 sold 3.53

    bought @ 3.50 again, sold 3.53 again

    going GREEN on a 300+ RED day? Without new news, not buying it.

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    01-14-2015, 04:07 PM #419
    But I am gonna Re-Fi 2 of my rental properties

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    01-14-2015, 04:13 PM #420
    Quote Originally Posted by dm_4 View Post
    Morgan Stanley raised its price target on SIRI to $3.90 and reaffirmed its "equal weight" opinion. Since then, the stock has added 0.3% to trade at $3.59. Looking at the charts, Sirius XM Holdings Inc. has been a laggard, dropping 2.2% year-over-year. Traders have responded to the stock's technical struggles by placing bearish bets. Specifically, 6.7% of SIRI's float is sold short, and would take over six sessions to repurchase, at its average daily pace of trading.
    Do you have a link to the MS rpt? They are usually on the conservative side and I'd be interested in reading the rpt and their underlying rational.
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