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What's On: Goldman Sachs, Facebook and the Water Trade

Here's what's up on Monday's Squawk on the Street:

--Squawk on the Street is back and better than ever as we get set to kick off a new decade at 9am.

--Apple is starting the new year not far from where it finished the tree of success in 2010. It's picking up a higher price target from Oppenheimer. We'll have full details.

--Goldman Sachs helping its highest net worth clients to get inside Facebook's front door, before you can. We'll explain.

--As we start the new decade, we're talking about new ways to invest for the next decade. Topic No. 1: Investing in water. Will it finally turn out to be the new oil. On our list, stocks like Nalco, Elster and Badger Meter.

--Farr & Farrell are back talking about what worked in 2010 and what failed, big caps like Citigroup and Bank of America.

And the Street Poll: "Stock Trader's Almanac" reports when the first five days of January are in up territory, the year ends up 86 percent of the time. Would you make decisions for the full year based on the first week of trading? Share your opinion, and watch Squawk on the Street, starting at 9a ET.

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