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David Peltier answers questions on Stockpickr Answers about GM, Baidu and more.

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

David Peltier

, manager of the

Dividend Stock Advisor


Value Investor

portfolios, answered questions on Stockpickr Answers on Monday.

Recently on

, Peltier has discussed

dividends he doesn't think are safe

, including



, and whether



is a buy


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

Will this be the week that investors finally come to their senses and realize that a GM bankruptcy would be "catastrophic"? Click here for Peltier's response.

Is anyone going short if the S&P hits 875 resistance?Click here for Peltier's response.

What do you think about buying E*Trade ahead of earnings? Click here for Peltier's response.

General Dynamics has been hot lately. How far can this go? Should I take profits sooner rather than later? Click here for Peltier's response.

Took profits in Baidu , been adding this morning to Sohu . What is your view onthese China internet stocks, including Sina and the gaming stocks? Click here for Peltier's response.

What was the low for natural gas in the 2000 bear market? I cannot find a long-termchart. I think i will start a very small position in the U.S. Natural Gas . Click here for Peltier's response.

1. What trading monitor/screens do you use? 2. What homepage do you recommend for active traders? What aggregator for financial news and blog sites? 3. What are the most common investing tools? Do you use alerts? 4. In addition to RealMoney, what trading blogs do you follow?Click here for Peltier's response.

My brother is a financial advisor. Does that mean I can't buy IPOs even thoughhe is not my financial advisor? Click here for Peltier's response.

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