You Ask, Stockpickr Answers: April 8

Lately on Stockpickr, people have been asking and responding to questions about gold stocks, natural gas stocks and more.
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, Stockpickr members participate in an ongoing discussion of stocks they own, stocks they want to own, stocks they don't want to own -- and anything else that's on their mind -- in the

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forum.

Anyone can browse the Stockpickr Answers forum for stock-picking ideas, and as a member of the

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, you can post your own questions and respond to those from other members.

Here are some of the recent questions and comments from the Stockpickr community. To respond or to post your own question, just

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What are your recommendations for gold stocks? Are ETFs for gold a better position?Click here to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.

Is it time to sell off pure natural gas plays like EnCana and Devon and buy a stocklike Anadarko ? Click here to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.

What is happening with National Presto Industries ? Click here for to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.

If you were to be a contrarian investor, what sectors/stocks would you be lookingat besides utility stocks? Click here to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.

Is it time now for holders of Helix Wind to stop putting this onsale, be strong, be patient, don't sell for low price? They just securedfinancing, traded nicely off the bottom, so is it time to give it a rest andgive them time to generate results? Click here to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.

Opinion on UGI ? Click here to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.

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