Don't spend TOO much time creating an extensive Netflix queue…you MAY not make it through the whole thing!
Yesterday, we reported that Netflix stock prices hit a 52-week low EVEN THOUGH the company admitted they wrong and announced that they wouldn't split into two separate entities for DVDs-by-mail and streaming service.
Now, investors' blog SeekingAlpha.com is saying that they believe Netflix could be bankrupt WITHIN A YEAR!:
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Yesterday, we learned that Howard Stern filed a lawsuit against SiriusXM Radio, saying that he was promised a share "in any success that the company achieved," but didn't receive further stock bonuses after Sirius acquired XM.
We said yesterday that if we were SiriusXM, we wouldn't want to piss off Howard, and clearly we were right, because stock prices have already dropped from $2 to $1.65.
Here's what Wunderlich Securities analyst Matthew Harrigan had to say about it:
"Sirius' current stock market valuation likely cannot accommodate the uncertainty engendered by the suit - even if it ends up being meritless."
We're thinking SiriusXM SERIOUSLY needs to make the effort to work everything out with Howard. That would def be the smart thing to do.
Do U think SiriusXM will be in trouble if they don't work it out with Stern?
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