All times EST
6:10 a.m. Charles Lemonides,
Market maven will offer his outlook on what's happening. Back in July he told
Investors Business Daily
that he thought
was boring stock because it just kept going up. Huh?
6:50 a.m. Altair Gobo,
U.S. Financial Services
7:10 a.m. Kiersten Thien,
Kaplan Education Centers
7:40 a.m. Jere Glover,
Small Business Administration
8:10 a.m. Jeffrey Weingarten,
Projected at the beginning of the year that Euro profits would be about 20%, or double anticipated U.S. profits. So far those Euro markets have been hot! Maybe he's right?
8:20 a.m. Rick Schottenfeld,
The guy has juice! Back on June 3, Schottenfeld recommended
to viewers. It shot up nearly 30% that day alone. Listen closely.
8:50 a.m. Robert DiRomualdo, Chairman & CEO, Borders Group
Anything he can do to clean up employee attire would be appreciated. Plus, we'd like to see more Jon Hassler books. Love that ticker in the World Trade Center store's coffee shop, though.
9:40 a.m. Eric Ryback,
This $35 million fund was the number-one utility fund of 1996, according to
Lipper Analytical Services
. This year, however, it's in the bottom 30% of its sector.
10:30 a.m. Henry Cavanna,
J.P. Morgan Investment Management
11:20 a.m. Bob Stutman, CEO,
Substance Abuse Technologies
12:15 p.m. Rep. Charles Stenhom, Texas
12:20 p.m. Rep David Hinge, Minnesota
12:50 p.m. John Morgride, Chairman,
Silicon Valley veteran will tell folks how Cisco will battle out of the networking mess of the first part of this year. The market leader, investors keep looking for Cisco for the cue.
1:10 p.m. Raymond Kelly,
1:30 p.m. Gregory Coleman, Publisher,
1:40 p.m. Bob Garfield,
2:40 p.m. Scott Black,
Value king, tends to like few technology stocks, but with the recent drubbings he might see some surprising names coming into his range. Likes newspapers, especially
. Has, in the past, liked
, a steelmaker.
3:30 p.m. John Bollinger,
Bollinger Capital Management
Technical tidbits. Not as good as John Murphy. But pretty good with those charts nonetheless.
5:30 p.m. Ron Gutfleish,
Goldman Sachs Growth & Income
Last year this $574 million fund placed in the top 10% of its peers, according to Lipper, but this year it's only in the top 20%.