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Sirius: One Year Later

Published February 3, 2011 - 5 Comments

In the fall of 2009 I wrote a post about my dabbling in stock, specifically Sirius Radio: SIRI.  At the time, I was lamenting that I had purchased my trial stock for $0.399/share.  I had 1050 shares.  I also had an emotional attachment to those shares that no “investor” should ever have.  I unloaded them at $0.4662/share… essentially breaking even when you consider the $30 fee to buy or sell stock.  At the time I said “Good riddance!” to them, along with the emotional attachment they represented.

Fast forward a little over 1 year later…    What would have happened had I kept those 1050 shares of Sirius Radio?  Well, they did hit the $1 point, not too much longer after I dumped them.  And they continued to go higher.  I kept them on my watch list, even though I’ve since gotten out of the stock investment game.  Today I thought that it would be interesting to see what my 1050 shares would have been worth.

SIRI closed at $1.77/share… that’s a far cry from the $0.399 that I bought it at… and an even FARTHER cry from the $0.05/share that they were at when I first took notice of them.  But I can’t be too greedy, can I?

Today those 1050 shares would be worth $1858.50.  That’s triple my $600 investment. 

Would’ve.

Could’ve.

Should’ve.

Didn’t.