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Oct. 4 2011, 11:25 PM ET
created by angusoup (to members only)
Poll Type: Multiple Choice
By year end, I expect the S&P 500 will be...
(choose one best answer)
   Much lower, more than 10%.
   A bit lower, but less than 10%
   About flat, within a few percentage points of today's close
   A bit higher, but less than 10%
   Much higher, More than 10%.
 
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Aug. 27 2011, 12:49 PM ET
created by angusoup (to members only)
Poll Type: Multiple Choice
Two years form now will gold be higher or lower?
(choose one best answer)
   Much higher
   About the same
   Much lower
 
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Feb. 10 2011, 08:49 AM ET
created by angusoup (to members only)
Poll Type: Multiple Choice
Will you buy or sell CYS following latest offering?
(choose one best answer)
   Buy
   Sell
   Neither
 
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Dec. 31 2010, 09:05 AM ET
created by angusoup (to members only)
Poll Type: Multiple Choice
What do you predict the return of the S&P500 will be for 2011?
(choose one best answer)
   Up more than 20%
   Up between 12%-20%
   Up between 2%-12%
   Roughly unchanged
   Down between 2%-12%
   Down between 12%-20%
   Down more than 20%
 
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