You Ask, Peltier Answers

David Peltier responded on Friday to questions on Stockpickr Answers about where to hide, whether to sell bank stocks or wait it out, and more.
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Throughout the trading week on Stockpickr Answers, investing professionals answer questions posed by members of the Stockpickr community.

David Peltier

of

TheStreet.com's Dividend Stock Advisor

answered questions on Friday.

Recently on TheStreet.com TV, Peltier addressed

General Electric's

(GE) - Get Report

contract for a natural gas pipeline

, whether

Illinois Tool Works'

(ITW) - Get Report

earnings are in jeopardy

and

dividend stocks to avoid

, including

Eastman Kodak

(EK)

and

Newell Rubbermaid

(NWL) - Get Report

.

Here are some questions and comments from the Stockpickr community that Peltier responded to on Friday.

  • I can't tell what's positive anymore. Bloomberg reported that Bank of America (BAC) - Get Report CEO Ken Lewis says investment and commercial banking should be separated. This is positive, right?
    Click here for Peltier's response.
  • I am 19 years old and picked up Citigroup (C) - Get Report, JPMorgan (JPM) - Get Report and Bank of America. Should I hold these and take whatever pain might come if they experience a pullback, or sell them and hope that the pullback will come?
    Click here for Peltier's response.
  • Where can I hide? I've been in cash since last January.
    Click here for Peltier's response.
  • I still think all the governmental intervention, which is being hailed as a panacea, will take time to evaluate, and the market seems to be wholeheartedly embracing an immediately recovery. That being said, there is aggressive dip-buying. That late-day rally on Wednesday really changed the tenor of the entire market.
    Click here for Peltier's response.

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