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Every week, investing professionals guest-host Stockpickr Answers, responding to questions posed by members of the Stockpickr community. Becoming a member is easy: Just sign up here in one simple step, and you're on your way to having your questions answered, as well as being able to help out your investing peers with their queries.

This week, our professional lineup on Stockpickr Answers includes:

Monday, June 8: Scott Rothbort

RealMoney contributor Scott Rothbort has more than 20 years of experience in the financial services industry. In 2002, he founded LakeView Asset Management, a registered investment advisor. He also is the founder and manager of the social networking educational Web site TheFinanceProfessor and is a professor of finance and the chief market strategist at Seton Hall University's Stillman School of Business.

Tuesday, June 9: David MacDougall

David MacDougall is an analyst for Ratings. Previously, he was an analyst at investment consulting firm Cambridge Associates, where he worked with private equity and venture capital funds. On recently, MacDougall wrote that Intel ( INTC) has " already established its dominance in netbooks."

Wednesday, June 10: Jake Lynch

Recently on, Jake Lynch, an investment analyst for Ratings, has discussed under-the-radar financial stocks such as California National Bancorp ( CFNB); whether Verizon ( VZ) is poised to bounce back; and 10 dividend stocks to buy now, including Cal-Maine Foods ( CALM).

Thursday, June 11: Richard Widows

Prior to joining Ratings, Senior Financial Analyst Richard Widows was senior product manager for quantitative analytics at Thomson Financial. He's also been involved in developing investment information systems at data firms, including the Lipper division of Reuters. Widows recently discussed Unisys' ( UIS) debt load.

Friday, June 12: David Peltier

David Peltier is the author of Dividend Stock Advisor and Value Investor. Prior to joining in 2001, Peltier was an anayst for Individual Investor magazine. His market interests include small-caps, technology and retail stocks. Recently, he made the case for Joy Global ( JOYG) but wanted to stay away from Cardinal Health ( CAH).

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