Throughout the trading week on Stockpickr Answers, investing professionals answer questions posed by members of the Stockpickr community.

TheStreet.com Ratings Senior Analyst Richard Widows answered questions on Thursday. Recently on TheStreet.com, Widows has addressed such topics as why Oracle ( ORCL) is a buy, the leaders of the emerging bull market and low-risk municipal funds.

Here are some questions from the Stockpickr community that Widows answered on Thursday.
  • I know I'm gonna get chewed out, but I want to look at some gold or silver mining penny stocks. Does anyone know of any?
    Click here for Widows' answer to this question.

  • How do you guys feel about PowerShares DB Commodity Tracking Fund (DBC) right now, to hold for a few months?
    Click here for Widows' answer to this question.

  • I'm looking at a three-month historical chart of Chesapeake (CHK). Would it be safe to say it has support at about $14 and resistance at about $19? If it goes above $19 with increased volume, that's a big indicator it has room to go, correct?
    Click here for Widows' answer to this question.

  • I'm looking into buying Ferro (FOE). Does anyone have advice on that?
    Click here for Widows' answer to this question.

  • What are good stocks for under $5?
    Click here for Widows' answer to this question.

  • A nice pop in E*Trade Financial (ETFC) today. I wonder if the rest of brokers will follow suit?
    Click here for Widows' answer to this question.

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