All times EST
4:30 a.m. Tony Dwyer,
6:40 a.m. Ed Keon,
I/B/E/S International Inc.
Keon will offer the latest breakdown on earnings. Judging from
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
regular usually has some upbeat comment to offer the financial press pack.
8:10 a.m. Steven Nagourney,
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,
In the recently completed first quarter the Cigar maker nearly doubled its earnings.
9:40 a.m. Amiram Mel,
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,
, 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
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
autograph worth now?
2:40 p.m. Marshall Acuff, Portfolio Strategist
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,
3:03 p.m. Joseph Cangemi,
Francis P. Maglio
3:10 p.m. Barton Biggs,
Some people can't see the trees for the forest. A December profile of Biggs in
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,
4:10 p.m. Wayne Angell,
Former Federal Reserve Governor
5:33 p.m. Travis Engen, CEO,
Chatter about the
5:40 p.m. Jack Shaughnessy, Strategist,
Shaughnessy recently told the
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).