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The competition is too intense, and Pandora isn't distinguishing itself enough from Apple, Spotify, Samsung and other streaming music providers.
no moat they'll just get eaten by bigger companies with bigger bank accounts. also, what goes up must come down.
integration of Pandora with major car manufacturers
I give up. I admit that I don't understand how this business is going to be successful, but I lot of really smart people whose opinions I respect think this baby is a winner.
outstanding growth and growing intrinsic value
They know how to monetize various flow s to double this stocks price in the next ten months
Increasing competition and lower growther
Create your own music station and take it with you - free. At the same time, Pandora gets to sell ads or subscriptions to skip the ads. Great Moat,
Pandora has unrealistic P/E, which would necessitate exceptional growth. The growth rates are slowing down at an increasing pace. The challenge by iTunes and Spotify will hurt Pandora eventually, especially internationally where iTunes Radio is getting a head start.
Due to the lowering market for music purchases, Pandora music will advance to the younger generation.
Stock will outperform due to its international expansion targets.
Seems people don't understand Pandora's focus.Finding it's way cross platforms between Apple, Android, and others like pebble smart watches will help expand listening hours. Throw in cars and wireless networked home speakers you're talking about even bigger upside to growth. Further opportunities to expand into Europe, Asia, and Africa if they can control the market share. Listening hours, with 4mins per hour advertising.. maybe more if they have inelastic market. Should be a nice one to watch.
As more and more people want music from their phone, tablets, TV & radios I feel Sirius radio is not going to hold up. I think Pandora will take over all the markets.
They entered the market of online music early on and by now everyone knows their product is unparalleled (due to the "music genome project" technology/process that is at the core of their service). Free or paid, no competitor can provide a complete replacement of what Pandora has to offer it's growing pool of satisfied customers.
My Recency + Exposure Theory
#22) On January 20, 2014 at 12:04 PM, Mary953 (64.37) wrote:INVN -Twenty years ago, we had Johnny Cash, Bob Hope, and Steve Jobs. Now we have no Cash, no Hope, and no Jobs. Please don't let Kevin Bacon die!
Next generation radio!
Pandora has a lot of competition with Spotify, but when it comes to music discovery, Pandora takes the crown. The two companies, I believe, perform different services: Spotify for those who have a dedicated playlist they want to listen to, and Pandora for those looking to listen to something different, something they haven't necessarily heard before. For that reason, Pandora should outperform the market over the next 5+ years.
still no profits in an expensive market..risk/reward skewed downward...
Great technology, I use it. Pick an artist and they suggest other artists you might like.
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