The stock market tends to have unusually strong performance during the final five trading days of the year and the first two tradings days of the new year.

Joining us on the show to talk about the Federal Reserve, the economy and the stock market is Roger Ferguson, former Federal Reserve Vice Chairman and current CEO of TIAA.

We sat down with Art Cashin, managing director of UBS Financial Services who’s patrolled the floor of the New York Stock Exchange for more than 50 years, at Bobby Van’s Steakhouse to chat about what’s ahead in 2020.

With markets seeing at or near all-time highs helped by the trade truce with China and a neutral Fed, Bob Pisani tells us there are new questions emerging about global growth.

Joining us on the show is Larry Adam, Chief Investment Officer at Raymond James, to talk more about the possibility of global growth in the near future for markets.

On Tuesday, the major averages extend their win streak closing at all-time highs as the bull stay in control on Wall Street. Bob Pisani has more for us from the New York Stock Exchange.

Investors responding to the BofA Global Research Fund Managers Survey say they see more gains ahead for the stock market after a powerful 2019.

All three major indexes finished at all-time highs as the bulls and bears tangle over what might come next. Bob Pisani has more for us.

On this week’s “Market Monitor”, we speak with Nick Giacoumakis, President at New England Investment & Retirement Group, who gives us three stock picks that he says are industry leaders that could see strong earnings growth over the next year.

Joining us on the show is Michael Farr, President and CEO at Farr, Miller & Washington, to talk about more about the latest on the phase one trade deal and how will it may impact the markets.

Joining us on the show is Kevin Caron, Portfolio Manager at Washington Crossing Advisors, who gives us his analysis if the markets can keep up this record run for the remainder of the year.

The stock market has been hitting record high levels day after day, but that doesn’t mean corporate CEOs are bullish about next year, according to J.P. Morgan Chase regional investment banking head John Richert.

The bullish chorus on stocks is getting louder heading into Thanksgiving as the market looks to regain its winning ways around the holiday.

Joining us on the show is Kevin Mahn, President & CIO at Hennion & Walsh Asset Management, who give us his analysis if Wall Street can continue to make these new record highs.

On Monday, the Dow, S&P and Nasdaq all close out records as the 2019 rally picks up steam. Mike Santoli has more for us from the New York Stock Exchange.