NEW YORK ( Stockpickr) -- Over at Stockpickr, Stockpickr members participate in an ongoing discussion of stocks they own, stocks they want to own, stocks they don't want to own -- and anything else that's on their mind -- in the Stockpickr Answers forum.

Anyone can browse the Stockpickr Answers forum for stock-picking ideas, and as a member of the Stockpickr community, you can post your own questions and respond to those from other members.

Here are some of the recent questions and comments from the Stockpickr community. To respond or to post your own question, just sign up here, for free, in one simple step.

  • Does anyone see Citigroup (C) doing a reverse split this year, and if so, could that at least temporarily jumpstart buying, as it did with AIG (AIG)
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  • Where is the stock price for CVS (CVS) heading next week? Why or why not would it be a good short-term investment?
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  • Will Sprint (S) be bought out by Verizon (VZ)?
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  • How do I learn to identify small- and mid-cap stocks?
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  • Anyone care to talk me out of the shares of American Ecology (ECOL) that I just bought?
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  • I've never invested before and would like to get into it without having to pay a high price for purchase and maintenance. Are DRIP investments safe?
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