Monday's TV Talkers

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CNBC Guests

All times EST

4:30 a.m. Tony Dwyer,

Rickel Associates

6:40 a.m. Ed Keon,

I/B/E/S International Inc.

Keon will offer the latest breakdown on earnings. Judging from



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MSFT), things might be looking better.

7:10 a.m. Phil Orlando,

Value Line Asset Management

Whether its oil stocks, tech stocks, or the overall market, this



USA Today

regular usually has some upbeat comment to offer the financial press pack.

8:10 a.m. Steven Nagourney,

Lunn Partners

International chit-chat.

8:20 a.m. Jim O'Shaughnessy,

O'Shaughnessy Capital Management

Wrote a best-selling business book

What Works On Wall Street

and, based on his view of what works, started four funds now available through the




networks. His basis approach is "strategic" investing -- choosing stocks that satisfy certain historically proven statistical criteria, according to a recent write-up in



The upshot: Don't expect specific stock recs.

8:32 a.m. Tom Gallagher, Head of Trading,


Check out those braces! Gallagher is the listed expert at Oppenheimer and always good for a sound-bite or three.

9:10 a.m. Edgar Cullman, CEO,

General Cigar




In the recently completed first quarter the Cigar maker nearly doubled its earnings.

9:40 a.m. Amiram Mel,

Crystal Systems




Israeli company reported a modest net loss in the fourth quarter. The company said higher costs related to its Millennium solution software contributed to the loss.

10:40 a.m. Richard Behler,

MAS Value

fund (



MAS Value

, a whopping $2.5 billion institutional fund, is the number-two fund among the so-called "growth & income" gang tracked by

Lipper Analytical Services

. This year, however, it's 2.2% return places it only at about the top third of that pack.

11:20 a.m. Mike Carr, Director,


12:00 p.m. Frank Zarn, Chairman and CEO,


12:10 p.m. Robert Reich, former

Labor Secretary

The shortest ex-cabinet member from the Clinton administration will discuss his recent book

Locked in the Cabinet


12:50 p.m. Brett Shevack, CEO,

Partners & Shevack

Ad agency. They work on that lovely Jello account.

1:10 p.m. Jane Schindewolf, Working Mother of the Year.

1:40 p.m. David Lowenherz,

Professional Autograph Dealers Association

Tell us, please, how much is that

Tiger Woods

autograph worth now?

2:40 p.m. Marshall Acuff, Portfolio Strategist

Smith Barney

The sort-of bear that believes the


could drop as low as 6000, according to a recent interview with the

Christian Science Monitor


2:40 p.m. Kevin Goldman, Author,

Conflicting Accounts


3:03 p.m. Joseph Cangemi,

Francis P. Maglio

3:10 p.m. Barton Biggs,

Morgan Stanley

Some people can't see the trees for the forest. A December profile of Biggs in

The Street

noted the strategist's disdain for mentioning specific stocks.

3:20 p.m. Kyle Rosen,

Strome Susskind Investment Management

3:44 p.m. Frank Knuettel,

Prudential Securities

4:10 p.m. Wayne Angell,

Former Federal Reserve Governor

5:33 p.m. Travis Engen, CEO,

ITT Industries


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Chatter about the

Gould Pumps



GULD) acquisition.

5:40 p.m. Jack Shaughnessy, Strategist,


Shaughnessy recently told the

L.A. Times

that he believes the economy is really "rocking along." Does that mean it's time to buy cyclicals?

6:10 p.m. Earl Mason, CFO,





Bruce Francis will be on hand to chat about where Compaq is headed for this "Bull Session."

7:00 p.m. Courtney Smith,

Orbitex Capital Management

Courtney, who recently got himself a new job, will talk about trading curbs (some people will trade anything).