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7:10 a.m. Tim O'Neill,
Harris Bank/Bank of Montreal
The first in the likely lengthy line of economists that will try and decipher this week's rich calendar of numbers.
8:10 a.m. Michael Harris,
8:20 a.m. Harvey Eisen,
, Squawk Box guest host
Eisen is manager of the Smith Barney Growth Opportunity fund (
SBOAX). And he's not having fun. In the past year, he's down 3.1% and he's down 10.5% in the past 13 weeks, according to
8:50 a.m. Michelle Colley Laughlin,
Quick early view of how today's economic numbers (Durable Goods and the crucial Employment Cost Index) will affect stocks. Love that hair.
9:10 a.m. Jim Sadowski, President and COO,
9:33 a.m. Stephen Shobin, Technical Analyst,
Shobin told the
on April 16 that the market's inability to respond to good news revealed the market's ill-health.
9:40 a.m. Richard Caro, Manager,
Pillar Equity Income
The Hot Hand? Caro is up 17.6% in the past year, but only 2.5% since the Jan. 1.
10:40 a.m. Gerry Sullivan,
SunAmerica Growth & Income
In the past year Sullivan is up a reasonable 16.7%. Since the beginning of the year he's suffered, gaining just 1.9%.
11:20 a.m. Paul and Sarah Edwards, home business conversationalists
12:00 p.m. Jim Saxton (R-NJ) Head of the Joint Economic Committee
12:15 p.m. Jerry Greenfield & Ben Cohen, Authors,
Ben & Jerry's Double Dip
Greenfield & Cohen are co-founders of the ice creamery.
12:40 p.m. Junius W. Peake, Former Vice Chairman,
12:50 p.m. Watts Wacker, Author,
The 500 Year Delta
1:00 p.m. Matthew Alexy,
Credit Suisse First Boston
1:00 p.m. Gail Fosler,
The Conference Board
1:10 p.m. Harry S. Dent, Author,
The Great Boom Ahead
(Must be book promo week?)
2:40 p.m. James Solloway,
Another look at economics news. We've digested ECI (and they went down just fine, thank you very much). Looking ahead to Wednesday GDP and Friday jobs news.
3:03 p.m. Bob Seijas,
3:05 p.m. Mike Marzano,
3:20 p.m. William Gross,
Pacific Investment Management
Gross, a huge bond player, dreamed of the 6% bond. It never came. Will it come?
3:30 p.m. John Bollinger,
Bollinger Capital Management
3:40 p.m. Paul Ting,
A look at what's up with oil.
4:10 p.m. Michael Byrum, Money Manager,
Rydex Series Trust Ursa
This bear (get it, ursa?) is geared to the well-heeled. Minimum investment is $25,000.
5:40 p.m. Sam Stovall,
S&P Industry Reports
Stovall has made a nice name for himself as a "style" strategist, picking sectors instead of stocks.
David Twyver, CEO,
Alan Mulally, Defense & Space Group President,
Joshua Cooper Ramo, Reporter,
Boeing is taking a 10% stake in Teledesic -- Craig McCaw and Bill Gates' Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite (some would say pie-in-the-sky) plan. Boeing is pumping $100 million into the company.