CNBC Guests

All times EST

6:10 a.m. Tony Crescenzi,

Miller Tabak Hirsch

Head of bond trading at Miller Tabak Hirsch will chat about the long bond sneaking toward 7%.

6:50 a.m. Helene Moehlman,

Fitch Investors Service

7:10 a.m. Jay Vleeschouwer,

Josephthal, Lyon & Ross

8:10 a.m. David Thomas,

Putnam Asia Pacific

fund (



Doesn't get better than numero uno, and that's what this half billion dollar fund ranks over the last five years among the pacific region funds tracked by

Lipper Analytical Services

. This year, however, the fund is down 4.0% and is hovering near the bottom quarter of its peers.

8:20 a.m. Jim Awad,

Awad & Associates

Fund manager and eager participant in



9:10 a.m. Angelo Mozilo, Vice Chairman,

Countrywide Credit

In a time of rising interest rates, how is this firm doing? Much of this will peg off of the housing numbers.

9:40 a.m. Babak Zenouzi,

Delaware Pool Trust Real Estate

fund (

(DPREX) - Get Report


Another great performer on the tube today. Over the last year, this $38.5 million fund has returned 49.5% and places tops of all real estate funds tracked by Lipper.

10:10 a.m. Barry Habib,

Certified Mortgage

More terror related to the housing data. But where's the inflation?

10:40 a.m. Henry Frantzen,

Federated Investors

Declared to the

Dow Jones News Service

in November that his company believes strongly in the growth prospects for emerging markets. He believes that sector of global investing will become the hot area of growth.

11:20 a.m. Paul & Sarah Edwards, Home Business Experts

12:00 p.m. Sen. John Kerry, Massachusetts

12:50 p.m. Joseph McCullen,

OneLiberty Ventures

1:10 p.m. Jim Olson,

Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A.

1:30 p.m. John Fernandez,

Advanced Research Management Consultants

3:20 p.m. V. Eric Roach, Chairman & CEO,

Lombard Brokerage

Head of hot on-line electronic brokerage, roach paints the rosy picture of future trading on-line.

4:05 p.m. Donald Spindler,

A.G. Edwards

5:30 p.m. Kurt Feuerman,

Morgan Stanley


Investors Business Daily

earlier in March that he was favoring



Boston Chicken