Another scam associated with Howard

Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Beth143nacho, Oct 29, 2013.

  1. Beth143nacho

    Beth143nacho Well-Known Member VIP

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    the Artie Chair New Member Banned User

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    About 2 years ago I showed the math. The Sirius/XM model does NOT work and the numbers (totally skewed via free subscriptions in new cars) are totally bogus. I think I did it on one of these Dawg threads. That said, I'm not motivated to try and find it. Word of advise; DON'T GO NEAR THAT STOCK WITH A TEN FOOT POLE.
     
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    markluke Well-Known Member

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    Any company offering Howard Stern $500M for anything should be avoided.
     
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    Siriusxm stock rising, but Indemand doesn't resign Howard? Hmmmmmm...
     
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    Wonder how many people (like me) are kicking themselves for not buying in when the stock was readily available for a fucking dime a share. Was a nickel a share for a bit before the merger got approved.
     
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    Dorb Lovable Old Pig VIP Gold

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    Bogus contrived article.
    I bought 8000 shares about a year and a half ago for 1.6 and sold them recently for 4.
    Made about 20k. Thinking of buying them again at 3.70.

    The thing is.......Sirius is a large successful company gradually ironing out its kinks and debt, but still selling at near penny stock levels.
    In a few years it will be selling at around 20 a share.
     
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