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Nov. 6 2014, 6:22 PM ET
created by dig4value (to members only)
Poll Type: Enter Any Text
IF oil WTI gets back to $85-90/bbl in the next few months, what energy stocks will you be buying? please enter stock symbols
(type an answer between 1 and 250 characters long)
  
 
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Nov. 3 2014, 8:23 PM ET
created by ben (to members only)
Poll Type: Multiple Choice
What impact will a Repubican win of the Senate have on the market?
(choose one best answer)
   Will drive the market higher
   Will cause a market decline
   Will have no impact on the market
 
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Oct. 27 2014, 3:43 PM ET
created by jonsventnor (to members only)
Poll Type: Enter Any Text
List 3 stocks/funds (or more) you would invest in now for the long term which have sustainable/increasing divs plus sustainable/increasing stock price and which or will yield 10%+ or close as in OXLC, RSO, NRZ, STON, EFC, TCAP.
(type an answer between 1 and 100 characters long)
  
 
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Oct. 18 2014, 10:32 AM ET
created by MrMuileh (to members only)
Poll Type: Multiple Choice
E&P Shares; We've seen the bottom? Or Dead Cat Bounce?
(choose one best answer)
   We've seen the bottom?
   Dead cat bounce?
 
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