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What's On: Melt-Up Stocks, Housing and Loser Love

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

--Finding opportunities in the "melt-up" market. First up, spice maker McCormick. The stock soaring over the past year. But that's not the only stock defying gravity. We're also taking a look at whether Priceline and Travelzoo, both trading near 52-week highs, belong in your portfolio.

--While these stocks may be bouncing, the key for some investors is whether the economy can keep bouncing along. The S&P Case-Shiller Home Price Index is out at 9 sharp. We'll have the numbers first, plus immediate reaction and analysis. It doesn't end there. An hour later at 10am ET, Consumer Confidence hits the tape. We'll have full coverage of two key reports that provide insight into the mood of the consumer.

--Sticking with housing, is Lennar the best of breed in the homebuilding group? It reports results bright and early Tuesday morning. We'll have the results and analysis.

--Plus, stocks that have gotten the boot from the elite Dow 30 club. Is there love to be found in these losers, like Eastman Kodak, International Paper and Honeywell?

--And today's Street Poll: Are you fully invested in the stock market? Share your opinion on the best way to invest.

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