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 on Friday.

Recently on

TheStreet.com

, Peltier has discussed

Wal-Mart's

(WMT) - Get Report

restructuring efforts in China

and stocks that

have both raised their dividends and bought back shares

, including

Microsoft

(MSFT) - Get Report

and

Exxon

(XOM) - Get Report

.

Here are some questions and comments from the Stockpickr community that Peltier responded to on Friday. You might have to scroll through to find his answers.

Smith & Wesson and Sturm Ruger have both had good runs, but I'd watch them on any pullback. Handgun sales will likely spike again if any restrictive legislation is passed. Olin is a better play and has more room in my opinion -- and a 5% dividend yield.Click here for Peltier's response.

I woke up planning to buy DryShips . A little uncomfortable that the shippers are slipping off their premarket highs. Click here for Peltier's response.

Why is Citi down so much? Click here for Peltier's response.

I like how Morgan Stanley is holding up in this tape. Next stop $26.50? Click here for Peltier's response.

I can make you laugh, I think. In Sirius (laugh please) at $0.4410 and, yup, it'srunning -- up to $0.4912. Click here for Peltier's response.

Do you expect any movement when the results of the stress tests for the 19 largest banks are released? And can Baidu keep running? Click here for Peltier's response.

What do you think of RadioShack ? It seems to be expanding in Mexico. Click here for Peltier's response.

I own Huntington Bancshare and have only gotten into it recently. Where do you see it going to in the next one to two months? Click here for Peltier's response.

What is your recommendation for a good dividend-yielding tech stock? Click here for Peltier's response.

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