On Stockpickr Answers Wednesday and yesterday, Jim Cramer responded to a new batch of questions posed by members of the Stockpickr community.

Anybody can ask, respond or comment at Stockpickr Answers; the top responders get ranked in our "Top Analysts" section.

Here are a few of the questions to which Cramer recently responded. (Note: You may have to scroll through several answers to see Cramer's.)

  • I've been following Atticus Capital and notice it has been building a position in Sony (SNE). After doing some homework, I think building a position in this stock for a time period of the next 12-16 months would be a good idea. Considering PlayStation3 sales have nowhere to go but up and there's a strong emergence of new technology in the future, what is your take on Sony?
    Click here for Cramer's answer to this question.
  • Merrill Lynch (MER) has structured foreign investment by providing a 9% dividend vs. the 2.4% it gives U.S. investors in the stock. Citigroup (C) has cut its dividend and received billions in foreign investment.
    1) Do you know how Citi structured the foreign investments?
    2) Will investors end up footing the bill by having their dividends cut while large foreign companies get an increase in dividends?
    Click here for Cramer's answer to this question.
  • Saw your video about how you believe the bottom is in the financials now that the Fed has seen the light and Bank of America (BAC) is bailing out Countrywide Financial (CFC). Do you also think the bottom has been put in the commercial REITS (real estate investment trusts) or will their yeilds start to dwindle and the stocks will go much lower?
    Click here for Cramer's answer to this question.
  • Any 30-year stock market veterans out there? Unless you've been in it since before 1982, you don't have much experience in bear markets -- even if you're a top pro. So if we are going into a bear market (and that's a big "if," since we are only in correction territory so far), should we re-evaluate our abilities and consider ourselves rookies for a while? Take baby steps until we learn the new ropes? Will the same rules and guidelines that have worked for most of the past 25 years continue to work if a bear market actually develops?
    Click here for Cramer's answer to this question.

For an archive of Jim Cramer's Stockpickr answers, go to www.stockpickr.com/answers/ and type "Jim Cramer" under "search for questions." Select "Username - Answered" from the dropdown menu at right, and click "search." The most recent questions will appear first.

(Editor's note: Cramer owns Citigroup for his Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust.)

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