3 Reasons to Sell Sirius XM

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Today, as part of an ongoing series looking into the bull and bear arguments for specific companies, Brenton discusses three reasons to consider selling Sirius XM Radio (NAS: SIRI) . While the company currently dominates its market, alternative options could pose serious competition into the future. What's more, management could see a big shakeup in the near future as Liberty Media  (NAS: LMCA)  looks to increase its 46% stake and possibly take over the board. This could threaten the company's stability as it tries to back its already-high valuation at 19 times forward earnings. The company has some upside as well, but these reasons should keep investors cautious.

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