You Ask, Stockpickr Answers: April 20

Lately on Stockpickr, people have been asking and responding to questions about Ford, Goldman Sachs and more.
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With the Goldman Sachs debacle, is anyone buying NYSE Euronext ? With the addition of its derivative business last year, does it come into play here? Is the valuation reasonable?Click here to read responses to this question or respond yourself.

>> Who Owns NYSE Euronext?: Atticus Capital

Anyone eying something special to pick up or to short today? Click here to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.

What do you think of Ford here? Click here to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.

>> Who Owns Ford?: George Soros

What is your opinion of Air Products & Chemicals ?Click here for to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.

Any recommendations for long-term put options? I'm not sure what pros look for ingood short positions for one to two years. Click here to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.

I understand what it means if a stock rises on heavy volume. What if itwhipsaws around a lot on heavy volume (still ending higher)? Any ideas? Click here to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.

I've been investing for a couple years now and am contemplating day tradingas a summer job (college student) instead of being employed somewhere. Thoughts? And what are the best books/site that focus on trading instead of investing? Click here to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.

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