What's On: Crocs, Apple and the Dress Indicator

Jason Gewirtz|Senior Producer
Friday, 24 Jun 2011 | 8:28 AM ET

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

--Summer sizzlers. On the docket: Crocs, Warnaco and Pool Corp. .

Pool Corp. is up 25 percent year-to-date. Crocs is up 46 percent year-to-date. Swimsuit maker Warnaco is down 7 percent year-to-date, but the stock is up 2 percent this week.

--Also on the big show, what the heck should you do with your money right now? The Street Poll asks if you think this is a buying opportunity... are you holding off and keeping money in cash, or are you shorting stocks directly or through ETFs? Share your opinion.

--We'll also report on the danger of hackers getting into your heart. Pacemakers and other body-tech products rely on software. If they get hacked, what happens? We'll have answers.

--Plus, meet a Wall Street player who has a very different way to judge the economy. He uses the metric of women buying dresses. We'll talk to him.

--Then we'll get back to basics and the financials. Citigroup, JP Morgan and Bank of America are on our watch-list, should they be on yours?

--And what's up with Apple? It's been down, down, down ... but on a day when everything else was falling, it was bucking the trend most of the day.


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