Bloomberg Markets with Carol Massar and Cory Johnson.\u0010\u0010GUESTS:\u0010Jonathan Palmer\u0010Health-Care Analyst \u0010Bloomberg Intelligence\u0010Discussing Amazon, Berkshire, and JPM looking to form their own health care company. Spencer Soper, Bloomberg News Tech Reporter, also participates in the discussion. \u0010\u0010Ben Phillips\u0010Chief Investment Officer\u0010EventShares\u0010Discussing stocks poised to benefit from a Trump infrastructure plan.\u0010\u0010Doug Peebles \u0010Chief Investment Officerof Fixed Income\u0010AllianceBernstein \u0010Discussing bond volatility, Fed and ECB outlook\u0010\u0010\u0010Bill Smead\u0010CEO\u0010Smead Capital Management \u0010Discussing the markets and investment strategy. \u0010\u0010David Wilson\u0010Stocks Editor\u0010Bloomberg News\u0010Discussing his "Stock of the Day" Extreme Networks (EXTR). Extreme Networks Inc.'s shares climbed to their highest price since 2002 after the maker of networking software and equipment was named to the S&P SmallCap 600 Index. The company will take the place of Time Inc., a takeover target for Meredith Corp., before Thursday's opening bell. Extreme Networks was picked after its shares soared 149 percent last year, the biggest annual gain since the company went public in 1999.