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Cramer's Advice for Sirius XM Lovers

There's a way to save some money and then jump right back in at what should be a lower price.
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When is a loss not worth taking? When it is Sirius XM Radio (SIRI) - Get Sirius XM Holdings, Inc. Report. At least that's what people want to believe.

No matter what I do or say, this stock remains the stock of the people. In fact, they should give you some stock when you buy a Sirius radio. Maybe a 10 share rebate.

Regardless what I tell people -- that it took too long for the FCC to vote, that the two companies lost almost a billion dollars while the regulators dallied -- they don't want to sell.

And I couldn't disagree more.

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