Thursday's TV Talkers

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CNBC Guests

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7:10 a.m. Frank LaSalla,

BHF Securities

8:10 a.m. John Williams,

Bankers Trust

8:20 a.m. Robert Salomon, former CEO,

Salomon Brothers Asset Management

8:32 a.m. Bill Meehan,

Prudential Securities

Word on the Street.

9:32 a.m. Dana Telsey,

Bear Stearns

Retail news

9:40 a.m., Paul Farrell,

Goldman Sachs Small Cap Equity

fund (

(GSSMX) - Get Report

GSSMX)

This $221.5 million fund is in the top 10% of its small-cap peers this year with a 2.7% return through May 1, according to

Lipper Analytical Services

. Over four years, though, it only ranks 144 of 169.

10:40 a.m., Ed Keely,

Founders Growth

fund (

(FRGRX)

FRGRX)

This $1.2 billion fund is up an impressive 5.0% through May 1, a return that ranks it 283 of 800 growth funds tracked by Lipper. Over five years it ranks 14 of 272.

11:20 a.m. Harold Lacy,

The Money Institute

12:20 p.m. Stephen Solomon,

National Hockey League

3:03 p.m. Peter Henderson,

Henderson Brothers

5:40 p.m., Alan Wapnick,

Lexington Growth & Income

fund (

(LEXRX)

LEXRX) Wapnick is a regular on

CNBC

and this year his performance warrants it. Riding the big-cap bull market, his $202.6 million fund is up 6.6% to rank 130 of 609 growth & income funds tracked by Lipper. Long term, less to brag about: The fund ranks 118 of 212 over four years.

6:00 p.m. Lawrence Bossidy, chairman & CEO of

Allied Signal

7:00 p.m. William Gross,

PIMCO

The biggest bond bull around.