Here's what's up on Friday's Squawk on the Street:
--Watch for volatility because it is a quadruple witching day. The markets will be moving and we'll be covering it like nobody else. Long, short, bull or bear, there are opportunites to be had.
--Art Hogan, managing partner at Jeffries has been on a real roll lately, he'll have his stock of the week for us.
--On our stock list, Whole Foods, it just hit a 52 week high, should it be on your shopping list? Plus the CEO of Sem Group, they're in the oil services business. Plus a stock you've almost definitely never heard of ... and it's flying high. The company is called Heico, they make airplane parts.
--We'll also be watching the big names closely, volatility will be the name of the game, that means Citigroup, Bank of America, Caterpillar and more.
--Plus a special debate on online sales and whether states should get a cut of the action, in many cases right now, they don't. The Street Poll asks if you think online sales should be subject to state tax?. Share your opinion, and watch Squawk on the Street on CNBC starting at 9am sharp