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You Ask, Stockpickr Answers: Feb. 24

Lately on Stockpickr, members have been asking and answering questions about U.S. Natural Gas, Toyota and more.

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Started a position in U.S. Natural Gas at $10 and have been averaging down. I thought it was at a bottom, but it keeps testing new lows. Getting beyond my comfort level in the position. Buy more or bail? Click here to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.

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Given the shortage of bandwidth we have in the U.S. and the economy of using third-party towers, shouldn't a good tower stock be a key part of Cramer's Mobile Internet Index? American Tower , one of the largest tower companies with the highest profitability per tower in the industry here, would seem to be a good choice..Click here for to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.

Home Depot seems to have had quite a run here as of late. It announced some impressive earnings, and who doesn't love the though of the big company buybacks. Call me a bear if you want, but it looks to me like it's gonna need to correct maybe to the tone of $26 or $27 before it can climb much higher. Any thoughts? Click here to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.

Toyota is just getting slammed over this recall mumbo jumbo. How much longer is this going to hold them back? Click here to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.

In comparing two funds with different yields and expense ratios, how do you derive at the "effective" yield? For example, Fund 1 has a 10% yiled and an expense ratio of 1%. Fund 2 has a 9.5% yield and an expense ratio of 0.5%. All else being equal, how would you compare the yield of these two funds?Click here to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.

Bought some more American Tower and Weatherford today. Any thoughts or comments? I'd love to hear what people have to say about my portfolio.Click here to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.

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