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

RealMoney contributor Scott Rothbort answered questions on Wednesday.

Recently on TheStreet.com, Rothbort has discussed how to consistently beat the market, how to tell if your stock's a fad and reinstating the uptick rule.

Here are some questions and comments from the Stockpickr community that Rothbort responded to on Wednesday. You might have to scroll through to find his answers.

  • Here's one I haven't considered in a few years: USG (USG). Can't believe you could pick this one up at $4 and pennies a month ago.
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  • It's been a rough week. I'm thinking of parlaying my previous week/months winnings into tomorrow. Ideas on how tomorrow or the rest of earnings season will go?
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  • I own some shares of Bank of America (BAC) at $7.33 per share. Should I hold or sell?
    Click here for Rothbort's response.

  • Looking into the future, what are the prospects for Ruth's Hospitality Group (RUTH)? What other restaurants are on your watch list?
    Click here for Rothbort's response.

  • I still believe we will test Dow 7,000. Do you think will just keep straggling to the up?
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  • Does anyone ever think that the big traders that advocate for a pullback because it is healthy are only doing that because they missed the run up and want in at better prices?
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  • What is the best idea to trade Baltic Dry index? I notice that there is no ETF for it.
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  • Bought some Microsoft (MSFT) this morning. Starting to build positions out of all cash. Thought?
    Click here for Rothbort's response.

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