New York, NY (PRWEB) July 6, 2006 –-
TheStockAdvisors.com (http://www.thestockadvisors.com), an interactive guide to financial newsletters announced today that it has provided readers with comments related to the future of Sirius Satellite and XM Satellite Radio. Jamie Dlugosch, of The Rational Investor, pines for the hopeful merger of the two satellite companies.
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“I believe there's absolutely no reason why Sirius Satellite (SIRI NASDAQ) and XM Satellite Radio (XMSR NASDAQ) should not be merged together into one entity. SIRI could benefit from XM's auto deals, and XM could really use SIRI's content. Both could benefit from the higher prices that would follow a merger.”
“Competition in the satellite space now creates more challenges than benefits. With prohibitive entry costs in this area, another reason why our government should support a monopoly is that the higher prices the companies would charge would offset its start-up costs. As it stands now, because there are two satellite radio entities the price of services is artificially lower than what it should be on an economic basis.”
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