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Anyone starting to nible at the ag names? Click here to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.
With Home Depot's great quarter, should Louisiana-Pacific be a buy?Click here to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.
Nordstrom just raised its dividend from 16 cents to 20 cents. First-quarter earnings wereup 67% from a year earlier. The stock has pulled back about 18% from its recenthigh. I think that it's starting to look attractive here. Agree or disagree? Click here for to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.
A month ago, everyone was saying that the market was overextended and that weneeded a 10% to 15% pullback. Well, it seems to me that we've seen that, but noweveryone is bearish. Does that indicate a time to buy for the longs amongst thegroup? That is, buy when everyone is selling? Click here to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.
I would like to help my housecleaner start an IRA. Because she only has $600to start with, she is limited to either ETFs or stocks at Fidelity Brokerage,which has a $2,500.00 minimum for buying mutual funds. I am looking forETF suggestions. She cannot afford too much risk. Click here to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.
I've always stuck with mutual funds in my retirement accounts and individualstocks in my discretionary portfolio, but I'm thinking about buying some ProShares UltraShort Euro ETF. Anyone on here trading around EUO shares? Just trying to get a little insight before jumping in. Click here to read responses to this question or to respond yourself.
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