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Sep. 26 2016, 11:33 PM ET
created by sysop (to members only)
Poll Type: Share Your Trades
What did you buy or sell today?
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Sep. 25 2016, 1:52 PM ET
created by sunrise (to members only)
Poll Type: Numerical Entry
What percentage of your portfolio is Energy (defined by VF categories)?
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Sep. 12 2016, 1:10 PM ET
created by inthegreen (to members only)
Poll Type: Multiple Choice
Will the Fed raise 1/4 pt in September?
(choose one best answer)
   yes
   no
 
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Sep. 6 2016, 9:36 PM ET
created by homesteader (to members only)
Poll Type: Enter Any Text
I want to park my 40+% cash in something income producing until the market retreats. Please recommend one or two stocks, CEF's, etc., that meet the following criteria: 1:very low risk, very low beta. 2:high liquidity. 3:returns at least 3 to 4%.
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