The ability for Sprint to double is much easier with a smaller float and market cap relative to revenue. Sprint has 20% fewer shares and 10 times Sirius's $3.1 billion revenue. Increasing the bottom line number is obviously much greater with Sprint than Sirius.
You don't need to double your money to make an investment a decent one. Both Sprint and Sirius offer the ability to profit. I believe the best way toward profits with Sprint and Sirius is through options. Friday's closing price of $1.85 or less is a buying opportunity with Sirius.
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