Topics and Guests for January 18

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Earnings season may be heating up, but colder weather in the Northeast (search) is pushing oil toward $50 per barrel and keeping the markets down.

Will oil prices pinch corporate profit margins and punish your portfolio? We'll ask Phil Flynn of Alaron Trading.

What's the one thing that the Germans, the Mexicans, the Russians and even the French want from America? Barbara Corcoran, chairwoman and founder of the Corcoran Group, has the answer.

We'll take the market's temperature with Ben Stein, former Nixon adviser and author of "Can America Survive," and Joe Moglia, CEO of online brokerage firm Ameritrade.

Plus, we'll be joined by comedy legend Jerry Lewis.

And, a new book about marijuana has hit the shelves, but it's not for adults — it's for your kids. Should we go out of our way to teach our kids about marijuana? We'll ask Ricardo Cortes, author of "It's Just a Plant."

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