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In the case of XM Satellite Radio
Obviously, a lot of investors were still on the fence while the merger with Sirius
There are plenty of reasons why the merged satellite radio kings may still fail, however, including competing for the ears of consumers in an era where cars are increasingly coming stocked with adapters for Apple
Still, plenty of investors think that two investing wrongs won't make a right; that leaves XM at its subpar two-star rating, with nearly 40% of its 1,356 CAPS investors still bearish.
To see what the very best CAPS analysts are saying now about XM and Sirius -- as well as other winning stocks they are picking -- head on over to CAPS and have a look. The community research and resources in CAPS are totally free, unlike analyst opinions reserved for only paying clients.
Fool contributor Dave Mock recently upgraded his car with a poor-man's MP3 audio solution. He owns no shares of companies mentioned here and is the author of The Qualcomm Equation. Apple is a Stock Advisor recommendation. Microsoft is an Inside Value recommendation. The Fool's disclosure policy is satellite capable, but has a terrestrial backup, just in case.