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Slow season adds another headwind for broadband subscriber growth

Jul. 11, 2022 10:21 AM ETComcast Corporation (CMCSA), CHTR, ATUS, SIRIDISH, T, VZBy: Jason Aycock, SA News Editor3 Comments

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The upcoming second-quarter results in cable/satellite names should mark the low point for subscriber activity, Morgan Stanley says - but it's still too soon to get too positive, given some cyclical headwinds and some still-hot competition.

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"SiriusXM, whose shares have traded lower than historical levels." Really? The last time I looked, the shares were and are permanently suppressed, totally stagnant and have traded at $6 and under for over 5 years. Less than a month ago this was shorted down to $5.69. The only thing cyclical about SiriusXM is how it cycles from corrupt, to more corrupt. John Malone has rigged the game in his, and only his favor while the sham SEC looks the other way. This company will go down in history as one of, if not the most shareholder abusive racketeering operations ever conceived. These analysts are idiots, and $7 price targets are a pipe dream in the depraved world of SiriusXM, where Malone has taken his own shareholders and their investments hostage for a decade. John Malone is a greedy, heartless thief who has ruined the potential of satellite radio. He is a menace to society, a total thug and needs to be removed from this company immediately. I can't think of anything more repulsive than a stingy, miserly billionaire, especially one that has betrayed the people who have loyally supported him and his companies for years. He has no human characteristics or attributes. He is a parasite and he is pathetic.
@Cousin Vinnie Yes Vinnie, but apart from that he's a nice guy.
I will stay with T with a 3xs full position and VZ with just full position, but will look to add with any downturn.
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