Every day, Stockpickr members are creating and sharing stock ideas with each other through various platforms. If you're not already a member, you can sign up here in one simple step.Here's a tour through what's going on at Stockpickr today. Do-It-Yourself Portfolios: Stockpickr members can create and share their own portfolios of stocks. The portfolios can include detailed analysis on specific stocks as well as general comments on sectors and trading strategies. A Stockpickr portfolio does not necessarily represent stocks that its creator owns. It could instead revolve around a certain theme or event or include a group of stocks under consideration. Stockpickr member tdawg's self-titled portfolio includes Sprint ( S), which tdawg believes "will double soon." Jwcole's portfolio, also self-titled, collects "speculative stocks," including Goldman Sachs ( GS), because Jim Cramer "loves it," and Vicor ( VICR). allikahn59, in a portfolio called dogpatch, sees growth potential in stocks such as CSX ( CSX) and Joy Global ( JOYG), and in colleen two, rawjr likes BP ( BP) and Annaly ( NLY). Stockpickr Answers: Any member can ask or respond to questions on Stockpcikr Answers, and throughout the week, investing professionals stop by to join in the conversation and offer their insight and advice. For example, answering member questions today is RealMoney contributor Scott Rothbort, founder of LakeView Asset Managment. On Answers today, member Gordon Gekko wants to know why Panera Bread ( PNRA) is " going down every other day," and jtr asks if Apple ( AAPL) is going up or down over the next few days. Articles: Today's articles examine stocks that could rocket higher, including TiVo ( TIVO), and potential short squeezes in the technology space.
Spotlight Portfolios: Highlighted portfolios today include Dividend Stocks for the Week and the "Fast Money" crew's picks for the second half of the year. Also check out the Stockpickr Forum, which includes a trading diary from member Trading Nymph, and the Professional Portfolios, including Warren Buffet's. Becoming a member of Stockpickr is easy. Sign up here, and learn about how to use Stockpickr here.