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Do you recommend using limit orders?-- Billy from New York
: I believe that investors should always use limit orders, which allow them to specify the maximum price to pay for a stock. This is especially important when trading at the open, where market orders are basically invitations for a bad price.
: I believe Microsoft, which I own for my
ActionAlertsPLUS charitable trust, has more upside potential than Intel, which I recently sold. At this point, Intel might not find support until the teens, and the competitive picture with
Advanced Micro Devices
is not favorable.
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