Stocks started off the week by hitting milestone levels, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average reaching 16,000 and the S&P 500 hitting 1,800 for the first time ever. Metropolitan Capital's Karen Finerman said she's a believer in the rally, adding that she's "going to stick with the things" that she likes. "I'm not selling things into the rally…I have no confidence in my ability time the market," she said. Josh Brown of Ritholtz Wealth Management agreed that there's still room to run for stocks. "I don't quite think that we're at a euphoric high," he said on Monday's show.
Euphoria certainly seemed to be present in the bitcoin market Monday, as the virtual cryptocurrency broke $600 for the first time.
Trademonster's Guy Adami took to the streets of Times Square to ask people if they knew anything about the digital tender. "I'm not really familiar with the terminology," said one pedestrian in front of the NASDAQ Market Site. Others guessed that a chocolate bar was worth more than a bitcoin. Despite the small sampling of those unfamiliar with the currency, bitcoin prices have skyrocketed this year, up more than 4,000 percent in 2013.