Will the Dow See a Fifth Straight Day of Gains?

With no news coming out of the Eurozone, not even blah jobs data here at home can keep stocks down. The indexes are mixed, but the bulls are in position to close their fifth straight session in the green. In this video, we take a closer look at whether that matters for investors along with several stocks making big news and big moves.

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