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Jun. 5 2012, 10:07 AM ET
created by AJNock (to members only)
Poll Type: Multiple Choice
How low will NATDF go?
(choose one best answer)
   1.40
   1.30
   1.20
   Yikes!
 
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Jun. 5 2012, 10:02 AM ET
created by AJNock (to members only)
Poll Type: Multiple Choice
How low will SRDL go?
(choose one best answer)
   31
   28
   25
   below 20
 
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May. 31 2012, 6:09 PM ET
created by tommmysol (to members only)
Poll Type: Multiple Choice
Which will we hit first S&P 1200 or S&P 1400?
(choose one best answer)
   S&P 1200
   S&P 1400
   Just flip a coin
 
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May. 30 2012, 4:59 PM ET
created by instantly (to members only)
Poll Type: Multiple Choice
I notice that, near the end of corrections, sharp drops in oil prices with high volume can signal a turn. At what WTIC level would you buy a position in oil ETFs to go long?
(choose one best answer)
   85-90 (right now!)
   80-85 (seems pretty cheap now)
   75-80 (why didn't I sell?)
   70-75 (double dip recession)
   Below 75 (depression scenario)
   Are you crazy? Not with MY money!
 
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