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In the name of full disclosure, I have to say that I have an intense dislike for Kernen, Faber, & Haines for their smug arrogance.

Now, I feel its fair to say that it was outrageous to have allowed Michael Sanford, a hedge fund manager with a clear agenda to talk the stock down, to instill fear in viewers by making a case that Direct TV was to enter the radio market.

Direct TV denied it shortly thereafter, but SIRI stock plummeted to $6 on the news. Many people were affected by that short-term hit, and not all in a positive way. I was not, but such reckless statements by guests on CNBC make me furious.

They knew Sanford and his agenda. They should have exposed him and discredited him, or not have invited him on at all.


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