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Recently on Stockpickr, Richard Widows answered questions about GE, Anadarko and more.
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Throughout the trading week on Stockpickr Answers, investing professionals answer questions posed by members of the Stockpickr community.

The Street.com Ratings Financial Analyst

Richard Widows

answered questions recently.

On TheStreet.com lately, Widows has addressed the

uncertain fate

of

Unisys

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, the

effect that idle rigs

might have on

Transocean

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and

funds rated buy by TheStreet.com Ratings

.

Here are some questions and comments from the Stockpickr community that Widows has been responding to.

I am not understanding Ritchie Bros. lately. It has a great balance sheet and good growthand expansion, and it's setting records at most of their recent auctions. What's up? Click here for Widows' response.

Some say Immucor is too undervalued at the $15 to $16 range. What do you think? Click here for Widows' response.

Are any utilities worth owning once the greens get their cap & trade? Click here for Widows' response.

GM -- Government Motors -- will be run into the ground by the administration's geniuses. But with cars still hitting the scrap yards, sales will pick up somewhere down the road. What are some good plays? Click here for Widows' response.

As oil went up recently, would you sell Anadarko ? I have had it for a few months.Click here for Widows' response.

Chesapeake or ConocoPhillips ? Click here for Widows' response.

I bought Yum! more than a year ago and didn't sell it after and during the crash.Right now, I'm breaking even with it again. Should I just sell it and look for a beaten-down stock, or should I keep it? If the economy improves, especially in China, Yum! may still have some driving power.Click here for Widows' response.

Is Hess in trouble or just on sale? Is now the time to stock up or to cut my losses? Click here for Widows' response.

Would you be a buyer of General Electric at this price or wait for a pullback? Click here for Widows' response.

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