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Nov. 24 2017, 09:58 AM ET
created by sysop (to members only)
Poll Type: Share Your Trades
What did you buy or sell today?
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Sep. 14 2017, 8:08 PM ET
created by cilljoe (to members only)
Poll Type: Enter Any Text
Assume energy, not just oil E&Ps, has bottomed and starting to recover. What energy (E&Ps, Service Co's, NG, MLPs, etc) companies (Up to 5) would you take a position in AND suggest to fellow VFers? Example: EMES, HCLP, RRC, WLL, SN
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Mar. 29 2017, 6:25 PM ET
created by cilljoe (to members only)
Poll Type: Multiple Choice
How many trades do you complete annually?
(choose one best answer)
   1-100
   101-200
   201-500
   501-1000
   1000+
 
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Aug. 17 2016, 11:11 PM ET
created by cilljoe (to members only)
Poll Type: Enter Any Text
ASSUME: Oil recovers in 4th Qtr & 2017. Which Sm & Mid Cap E&Ps (NOT Lrg), Sand, Service Cos benefit most? PURPOSE: A VFer list that Outperforms. List 1-5 Stks YOUD buy, i.e. EMES, MEMP, PXD, MRO, GST
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