Claman on Call: Markets Log Record Start to March


It was an incredible start to the month for U.S. stocks: The tech-heavy Nasdaq closed above 5000 for the first time since March of 2000. Not to be outdone, the S&P 500 notched its fifth record close of the year --  64 stocks in the S&P closed in record territory, including 29 consumer names. The Dow and the Russell 2000 closed above record highs Monday as well.

Meanwhile, from printing selfies to delicious snacks, 3D Systems is now tackling dentistry through a brand new partnership with Henry Schein to bring 3D printers to dental labs across the country. Head to to hear what 3D Systems CEO and President Avi Reichental said about the future of the space. Plus, hear what this Israel native had to say about Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's controversial speech before a joint session of Congress Tuesday.

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And what used to be viewed as science fiction is now becoming a reality. Hyperloop is Elon Musk's vision for high-speech transportation -- and it's starting to take shape with the help of Hyperloop Transporation Technologies CEO Dirk Ahlborn.

Coming up Tuesday, we'll get February's new car sales, breaking down the biggest winners, losers and surprises.

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