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I am long on SIRI, but I'll admit my sentiment has wained. When I bought last January, I expected that some form of revenue would actually be starting in late Q4'00 or early Q1'01. We now know that's not the case. The real dates are a year later than that.

And in a nutshell, that's why my sentiment has wained. I probably wouldn't have bought last January, if revenue wasn't going to come for 2 years. That's a long time to wait and see. And certainly the price I paid was very high, for that amount of time. Very high.

This said, I think that this January, with revenue _only_ 12 months away, new investors will start to arrive and as long as we don't get any true negative news from SIRI itself (market conditions aside), our investment should begin to grow again. By Q3'01, we'll probably be at the levels we were in Q1'00.

--sdb
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