You Ask, Stockpickr Answers: April 13

Lately on Stockpickr, people have been asking and responding to questions about Monsanto, Citigroup and more.
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What do you think of Freeport and Vale as a pair trade? Click here to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.

>> Who Owns FCX?: Ken Heebner

Is anyone adding Citigroup here? I've been adding since I got in at $3.15. Click here to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.

>> Who Owns Citigroup?: Maverick Capital

Monsanto has stated over the last 18 to 24 months that they expect business to grow in the nextfive years at an average annual rate of 20% per fiscal year. The stock during thelast year has been hammered and hasn't participated in the run up. Has MonsantoManagement indicated during this time that growth will no longer meet theproject 20% average annual growth? I haven't heard, but I wanted to find out.Click here to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.

>> Who Owns Monsanto?: George Soros

Is CF Industries a good buy? Click here for to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.

Is anyone actually buying the market up here? Click here to read responses to this question or respond yourself.

There is no better "tell" on the state of this market than the recent action ofPalm , AIG and Ambac , stocks of companies that are adjudged to be insolvent or to have failed business models. Analysts actually have a zero price target on PALM.These moves, at some point, always end badly, but hey, they're going up every day,so why not close your eyes and buy?Click here to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.

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