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May. 12 2013, 1:12 PM ET
created by zorbanite (to members only)
Poll Type: Multiple Choice
Over the next 10 years what do you expect your average rate of return to be?
(choose one best answer)
   less than 5%
   5% to 8%
   8% to 10%
   10% to 12%
   Greater than 12%
 
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May. 7 2013, 1:33 PM ET
created by dig4value (to members only)
Poll Type: Check All That Apply
will the S&P 500 correct back 4% (1560) or more between now and Oct, Yes or No?
(check all that apply)
   Yes
   No
 
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May. 3 2013, 11:43 AM ET
created by JOELSINGER (to members only)
Poll Type: Multiple Choice
Which statement honestly reflects what you're likely to do?
(choose one best answer)
   Buy stocks on a strong day for the general markets
   Buy stocks on a weak day for the general markets
   Buy stocks only opportunistically regardless of general market direction
 
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Apr. 22 2013, 5:42 PM ET
created by CollegeFund (to members only)
Poll Type: Multiple Choice
What price point would the reward vs. risk warrent purchase of MHR.PRD
(choose one best answer)
   Current price
   < $37
   < $35
   < $30
   < $25 (100% gain when called)
   never
 
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