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It has too big a market cap to be get bought out now. In fact, now it's in shape to do some buying of its own.
Weighing Sirius and XM against their terrestrial counterparts is useless. Look instead at another sector.
About 621 firms have warned this quarter, more than 40% ahead of last year's pace, which is pushing markets lower.
You can see how short-sellers have piled into cable and radio -- and now they're scrambling.
As the numbers come in, it's hard to find a good reason for declining valuation.
These sectors are despised but the companies generate real cash and work as longs for a longer time frame.
Stay away from this one. The noise and negativity will be overwhelming until the probe is complete.
But the ugliness can't last forever, at least not with these stocks' fundamentals.
Ad sales aren't picking up at the big names like Clear Channel, analysts thunder.
The move comes just a week after Viacom shocked Wall Street with a fall warning.
The broadcast and publishing company beats estimates by about 4 cents a share.
The company also raises its sales guidance for the second quarter.
It's still hard to gauge which way the indices will move, but hopefully the market will show its true face next week.
First-quarter numbers show strength everywhere except in the crackling radio business.
The industry is poised to rebound if the ad market depression continues to abate.
The week starts quietly as Farley's recent observation about the Nasdaq seems true; the triple witching comes.
Also, DuPont and Applied Extrusion gain ground, while Metrix and Emmis drop.
The company said accounting charges caused the bigger loss, but revenue will be down in the second quarter.
A look at the weekly charts of companies like Disney and Clear Channel can tell you whether they're ready to break out.
Last year's hot performers tend to get sold off early in the new year; here's how to play it.
A basket of radio plays is up 26% over a month or so, leading to multiple expansion, as they say.
There were a few recent instances when conventional wisdom didn't apply.
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