Today's TV Talkers

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CNBC Guests

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6:10 AM David Munro, High Frequency Economics

6:50 AM Bjorn Hanson, Coopers & Lybrand

7:10 AM David Garrity, Smith Barney

7:20 AM Jon Zeschin, Founders Funds

8:10 AM Robert Pitofsky, Chairman, Federal Trade Commission

8:10 AM Sen. Harry Reid, Nevada

8:30 AM Harvey Houtkin, CEO, All-Tech Investment Group

9:10 AM James Miller, Chairman & CEO, JP Foodservice

9:30 AM Greg Tarpinian, Labor Research Association

9:30 AM Joseph Coccimiglio, Prudential Securities

9:40 AM Tom Pence, Conseco Series Trust Common Stock Fund

Pence, a stock picker with Conseco, said in mid-December that business-to-business technology stocks were the place to be.

10:10 AM Greg Gardner,

Ward's Auto World

10:20 AM Delos Smith, The Conference Board

10:30 AM Gerry Sullivan, Manager,

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SunAmerica Growth & Income Fund

Witty and quotable, Sullivan hasn't made a lot of noise since last summer. At the time he was buying Dow Chemical, Hercules and Dole Food. His background is chemical research, so he may lean that way this morning.

11:20 AM Susan Kezios, American Franchisee Association

11:20 AM Jack Burke,

Creating Customer Connections

11:20 AM David Pressman,

Patent it Yourself

11:30 AM Douglas Maine, CFO, MCI

12:50 PM Mark Westman, Manager,

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Portico MicroCap Fund

He's hot: one year return of 76%.

1:20 PM Maria Broderick, The Forum Corporation

2:40 PM Terry McGraw, President & COO, McGraw-Hill

3:03 PM Peter Henderson, Henderson Brothers

3:20 PM Victor Niederhoffer, Neiderhoffer & Niederhoffer

5:30 PM Ron Muhlenkamp,

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The Muhlenkamp Fund

Back in November, he wrote to investors: "We believe the classical theory (growth does not cause inflation) will be affirmed once again, that interest rates will decline and that the stock market will do well with a focus on individual stocks--stay tuned." Well, Index funds are still humming, but judging by the plethora of coverage surrounding them these days, they could be toast.