CNBC Guests

All times EST

6:10 a.m. Barry Rogstad, American Business Conference

6:50 a.m. Howard Edelstein, Todd Organization

7:10 a.m. Michael Bernstein, Miller Tabak Hirsch

7:20 a.m. R. David Ullom, USAA Growth & Income Fund

8:10 a.m. Sen. John McCain, Chairman, Commerce Committee

8:30 a.m. Jack Rivkin, Travelers Group

9:10 a.m. Harvey Houtkin, Author,

The SOES Bandit's Guide-Day Trading

9:10 a.m. Meyer Berman, M.A. Berman

9:35 a.m. Scott Cohn, CNBC

9:40 a.m. William Sullivan, Dean Witter

9:40 a.m. Michelle Colley Laughlin, Prudential Securities

10:20 a.m. Matt Stichnoth,

Capitalist's Companion

10:30 a.m. Paul Rogge,

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AIM International Equity Fund

A member of AIM's team of international managers, Rogge is historically a momentum driven manager and a proponent of holding a lot of stocks--200 or more at a go. Managed a passable 1996--up 16%, 30th out of 223--despite sticking with Japan. Listen for his 1997 country weightings (but with a grain of salt) and get the facts.

11:20 a.m. Paul & Sarah Edwards, Authors,

Secrets of Self-Employment

12:50 p.m. Jake Kirchner, PC Magazine

1:20 p.m. John Trani, Chairman & CEO, Stanley Works

2:40 p.m. Mike Fine, CEO, Soundscan

3:03 p.m. Bob Seijas, Merrill Lynch

3:20 p.m. Shelby Davis, CEO, Davis Selected Advisors

4:20 p.m. David Tice, "The Prudent Bear" Fund

5:40 p.m. Rick White, Salomon Brothers Investors Fund

6:10 p.m. Greg Valiere, Charles Schwab Washington Research Group

6:10 p.m. Bob Balkin,

Political Hotline

6:20 p.m. Dr. Steven Fox, Chairman & CEO, Enamelon