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Here's a tour through what's going on at Stockpickr today.

Stockpickr's

Do-It-Yourself Portfolios

allow members to gather together lists of stocks that they own or are thinking about owning. A DIY portfolio could also contain stocks that revolve around a certain theme or event, such as

Gisele Bundchen

,

War Stocks

or the

"Top Chef" finale

.

In a DIY portfolio updated today called

Thick as a Brick

, jtull2 groups together self-described "winners" such as

Apple

(AAPL) - Get Report

(reason for owning: the iPod) and

Microsoft

(MSFT) - Get Report

(reason: "Mr. Gates"). Member userbill's

portfolio

includes

JPMorgan

(JPM) - Get Report

(reason: "best CEO") and

Honda Motor

(HMC) - Get Report

(reason: "holding up").

Stockpickr members also interact in

Stockpickr Answers

, where any member can ask or respond to a question. Investing professionals regularly visit Stockpickr Answers to join in the conversation and offer their insight and advice. For example, answering member questions today is finance professor

Scott Rothbort

.

Today on Answers, there's an ongoing discussion of

what to do

with

Research In Motion

(RIMM)

, and member Clementime wonders is

Bank of America

(BAC) - Get Report

is a buy here

.

The

Stockpickr Forum

is there to catch everything that doesn't fall into the Answers forum, including daily trader diaries maintained by Stockpickr members, such as

this one by Trading Nymph

, as well as a

Speculation and Rumors thread

.

Stockpickr also maintains a list of

Professional Portfolios

and recently updated

Warren Buffett's portfolio

after

Berkshire Hathaway's

(BRK.A) - Get Report

March 31 filing with the

SEC

.

The

Today's List

section of the site regularly updates several portfolios, including

Analyst Upgrades

(today, Goldman upgraded

Dell

(DELL) - Get Report

from sell to neutral) and

Cramer's "Lightning Round."

And, of course, there is the

Stockpickr Articles section

, which today includes

"Top NYSE Short-Squeeze Plays"

and

"Cramer's Take on Headline Stocks."

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