CNBC Guests

All times EST

6:10 a.m. Philip Gottheif,

Equidex

6:50 a.m. Scott Stapf,

Investor Protection Trust

Stapf heads up an organization that is geared toward educating investors about different issues, such as disclosure, boiler rooms and the coherence of public documents.

7:10 a.m. Andrew Card,

Amercian Automobile Manufacturers Association

Former Transportation Secretary and now head of the American Automobile Manufacturers Association, the Big Three's trade group. In early March he told

Gannett News Service

that the auto business was getting a lot tougher. While not predicting a recession, card hinted that the industry understood that at some point it would have to "enter the valley.

8:10 a.m. Bin Shi,

China Region Opportunity

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Last year this $30 million fund ranked a sporty four of 57 funds tracked by

Lipper Analytical Services

that invest in countries in the Pacific region other than Japan. This year, however, its 0.3% return places it only at about the top quartile.

8:20 a.m. Liam Dalton,

Axiom Capital Management

More than one year ago, on Feb. 15, Dalton gave a boost to

Enzon

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ENZN) and

FPA Medical

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FPAM) by endorsing them as good picks for 1996 on Squawk Box. One for two: FPA is up 118% since then, Enzon is down about 42%.

8:20 a.m. William Sullivan,

Dean Witter

In early march, the fixed-income economist told

Investors Business Daily

that he expected consumers would remain a robust part of the economy's growth. So far, he looks dead on.

8:32 a.m. Frank Teixeira,

Merrill Lynch

In a January interview with

Investors Business Daily

, Teixeira said he expected the Dow would drop to 6500 and then bounce back later in the year.

9:10 a.m. Bob Gabele,

Insider's Chronicle

Gabele heads up the Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based newsletter that reports on corporate insider trading activity. But what about that hair?

9:40 a.m. Robert Siegel, Chairman & CEO,

Stride Rite

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A stronger-than-expected first quarter has boosted this shoe company.

10:20 a.m. Brian Devine, CEO,

Petco

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The company's short interest soared in the last month, rising from 74,603 to 195,094. What's up?

10:30 a.m. Charles Silk

11:20 a.m. Harold Lacy, President,

The Money Institute

12:20 p.m. Morry Weiss, Chairman & CEO,

American Greetings

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Card company reports earnings.

1:10 p.m. Daryl Jesperson, President,

Re-Max President

More interest-rate chatter from one of the biggest home-sellers in North America

1:30 p.m. David Baccile

1:40 p.m. Ross Roberts,

Ford

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General manager of the Ford Motor Car division. Roberts talks up the Fordsters from the

International Auto Show

in New York.

2:45 p.m. Bill Seidman,

CNBC

Same old, same old from old Washington hand.

3:03 p.m. James Maguire,

Henderson Brothers

The word from the floor of the Big Board

3:20 p.m. John Bogle, Chairman,

Vanguard Funds

The granddaddy of the Index Funds.

3:40 p.m. Lee Reid, Trader,

AG Edwards

The word on commodities futures trading. How 'bout some backwardation?

5:40 p.m. Sam Stovall,

S&P Industry Reports

Stock peaks presage recessions, says Stovall. Stovall is the son of well-known market chin-scratcher Robert Stovall. Well regarded for his sector work.

6:10 p.m. James Cramer, President,

Cramer Berkowitz

The rarely quiet co-chairman of The Street, Jim "every day is pain" Cramer digs in for a "good Bull Session." The last time on the show he grilled fund manager Michael DiCarlo. Who's up for today?