Here's what's up on Wednesday's Squawk on the Street:
--The best and worst stocks two years after the famous, or infamous, "Haines Bottom." Genworth is the big winner, up 1,330 percent. Dean Foods the big loser, down 47 percent. Is it an entry point for Dean Foods and a sell sign for Genworth?
--Also on the big show, JPMorgan's Charles Scharf, CEO of Retail Financial Services. He'll give us some insight on where the Wall Street power really stands these days. Another top executive is also on Squawk on the Street, we scored an interview with the CFO of Broadsoft. This stock is up almost 500 percent in the last year - WOW. See what he thinks is next for the company.
--We're also asking if the recent investigations into "expert networks" is going to lead to a big chill on information for analysts, and investors. We have one analyst who says yes... and a former SEC Chairman who says no.
--And the Street Poll: Two years after the Haines bottom the markets are up big — 95 percent for the S&P, 86 percent for the Dow and 117 percent for the Nasdaq. We want to know where your portfolio stands. Share your opinion, and watch the show at 9am eastern, live from the New York Stock Exchange.