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Throughout the trading week on Stockpickr Answers, investing professionals answer questions posed by members of the Stockpickr community (which anyone can join for free).

TheStreet.com's

David Peltier

, manager of the

Dividend Stock Advisor

and

Value Investor

portfolios, answered questions on Stockpickr Answers recently.

On

TheStreet.com

, Peltier has been discussing

which companies are slashing their dividends

and how U.S.-China relations

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could affect ADRs

.

Here are some questions and comments from the Stockpickr community that Peltier's been responding to. You might have to scroll through to find his answers.

I own BP at $37. Do you think it's going over $50, or should I take some off the table? Click here for Peltier's response.

Could you explain the relevance of short interest? Click here for Peltier's response.

What are your thoughts on USEC ? Was the miss the other day a buying opportunityor a sign to stay out? Click here for Peltier's response.

What are you thoughts on TBS International ( TBSI)? Click here for Peltier's response.

What do think of some of these oil trusts, such as Pengrowth and Permian Basin Royalty ? Are they are a good investment withtheir high dividends? Click here for Peltier's response.

Do you think Hewlett-Packard is a buy? Click here for Peltier's response.

I bought Goldman Sachs way down and probably won't be able to buy at that price anytime soon. Click here for Peltier's response.

I recently started following Brunswick . What is the join venture between Brunswick and GE ? Click here for Peltier's response.

Why do we have pre-market and after-market trading? Was it put in because of time zone differences, or did the powers that be just decide it would be a cool way to make more money off a few suckers? Click here for Peltier's response.

I'm starting to get a little bi-polar on the banks. Oversold? Overbought? Just right? Click here for Peltier's response.

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