Indices traded into the red zone on Tuesday. Walt Disney and Nike led decliners on the Dow. Stocks dipped on a variety of economic news. Durable goods orders slipped in January. Orders for goods designed to last several years fell 3.7%, marking the largest decrease in six months, and well beyond economists expectations for a lesser decline of 2.5%. On another note, consumer confidence ticked up to a 17-year high in February. The Conference Board’s index jumped to 130.8 from 125.4 in January.