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Take a look at some of Wednesday morning's early movers:
CNBC's Rick Santelli has the Q4 GDP numbers, which are up three percent, and discusses what this means for the economy, with Alan Schwartz, former Bear Stearns CEO.
Discussing whether investors are looking positively at the market rally and whether corporate profits will continue to pace gains in the averages, with Jim Paulsen, Wells Capital Management chief investment strategist.
Facebook has much more growth still left and will tap its existing users as well as secure growth by increasing the total number of users, Eduardo Saverin, one of the four co-founders of Facebook who retains a 5 percent stake in the social media giant, told CNBC Wednesday.
The gains are going to get a little harder to come by given that the markets are not outstandingly valued the way they were last year, says Leo Grohowski, BNY Mellon Wealth Management chief investment officer.
The European Central Bank launches its second three-year long-term refinancing operation, allotting 529 billion euros to European banks; Fed Chair Ben Bernanke begins his semi-annual Congressional testimony on the state of the economy, and today is the first time the Dow will open above 13,000 and the S&P reaches its key technical level of 1370, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan.
Information technology and healthcare are two sectors where investors can find value, Peter Garnry, equity strategist at Saxo Bank told CNBC.
The scale of money printing in the West has become so massive that the world may fall prey to "monetary anarchy," with traces of bubbles appearing everywhere.
Cross-asset contagion has decreased considerably since the ECB launched its three-year refinancing operation in December, Sebastian Ceria, CEO of Axioma, a portfolio optimization and risk management firm, told CNBC.
Which casino stock is the best bet for investors? Mad Money's Cramer turns a technical eye on three major casino companies to see what the charts indicate about leadership at Las Vegas Sands, Wynn Resorts, and MGM.
Patrick Doyle, Domino's Pizza CEO, discusses DPZ's earnings beat, the importance of social media to his business, and how he was able to turnaround the company, with Mad Money's Jim Cramer.
Mad Money's Jim Cramer explains why he thinks of serial innovator, Under Armour as a new tech company.
Despite the Dow and S&P 500 hitting their highest levels since 2008, investors are likely to be on edge Wednesday over loans to European banks and a handful of US economic reports.
The Fast Money traders share their final trades of the day.
Stocks logged a gain Tuesday despite mixed economic reports, with the Dow finishing above 13,000 for the first time since May 2008 and the S&P closing at its best level in almost four years.
Gerard Cassidy, RBC Capital Markets, discusses JPM's earnings strength; his "outperform" rating on the bank, and how the stock will grow from commercial banking.
Gordon Johnson, Axiom Capital, discusses the problems at First Solar that led to its negative outlook. Also, Dennis Gartman weighs in on whether the surge in energy is over and how to trade it.
Scott Minerd, Guggenheim Partners chief investment officer, discusses his long-term strategy, investing for an asset bubble, the risk-on trade, and shorting Treasuries. Also, how best to implement and apply the trend, with the Fast Money traders.
Douglas Yearley, Toll Brothers CEO, discusses his outlook on the housing market and whether the bottom is in place. Also, the Fast Money traders have the play in the home builders space.
The Fast Money traders take a look at stocks that have beaten Apple's stellar returns in the past three years and how to trade them.