Tuesday's TV Talkers

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CNBC Guests

All times EDT

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,

Merrill Lynch

8:20 a.m. Harvey Eisen,

Travelers

, Squawk Box guest host

Eisen is manager of the Smith Barney Growth Opportunity fund (

(SBOAX)

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

Lipper Analytical

.

8:50 a.m. Michelle Colley Laughlin,

Prudential Securities

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,

Chart Industries

Earnings news.

9:33 a.m. Stephen Shobin, Technical Analyst,

Lehman Brothers

Shobin told the

Washington Post

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

fund (

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PLIAX)

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

fund (

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SEIAX)

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,

NASD

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,

Argus Research

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,

Merrill Lynch

3:05 p.m. Mike Marzano,

FIMAT/Societe Generale

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

Technical analysis.

3:40 p.m. Paul Ting,

Salomon Brothers

A look at what's up with oil.

4:10 p.m. Michael Byrum, Money Manager,

Rydex Series Trust Ursa

fund

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.

6:10 p.m.

BULL SESSION

David Twyver, CEO,

Teledesic

Alan Mulally, Defense & Space Group President,

Boeing

(

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BA)

Joshua Cooper Ramo, Reporter,

Time

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.