Here's what's up on Tuesday's Squawk on the Street:
--It's all about stocks and the trades to make going into 2011. First up, should you buy the year's big losers as we approach January first? We tallied up 11 months of laggards to see if they'll turn into leaders in the new year.
Then, 63 new all-time highs on the S&P 500 since the start of the July rally. But sometimes the trade that works for a while is the one you should steer clear of. We're navigating the all-time high trade with our friends Farr & Farrell.
--What about those auto suppliers? They've been on a nice run. But is sentiment on Wall Street changing when it comes to this group? Find out which is a better buy - the auto suppliers or the auto makers.
--Plus, gold is back at record levels. The CEO of the World Gold Council shares his predictions for gold prices over the coming months.
We want to know what you think - is your new year's resolution to buy stocks or gold? Share your opinion. The answer to the Street Poll might just give us a clue as to whether the individual investor is getting off the bench and in the stock market game. The CEO of ScottTrade Rodger Riney at the NYSE to share what he's seeing when it comes to the small guy.
We're all about your money. Squawk on the Street live from the New York Stock Exchange with Mark Haines & Erin Burnett weekdays at 9am ET.