Tuesday's TV Talkers

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CNBC Guests

All times EDT

4:30 a.m. Hugh Johnson, chief investing officer,

First Albany

In Saturday's

New York Times

, Johnson attributed much of Friday's sell-off to profit taking, pointing at recent big gainers such as



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IBM) which fell Friday after the recent market surge. For more on Johnson, click


7:10 a.m. Tim O'Neill, chief economist,

Harris Bank/Bank of Montreal

Told the

Christian Science Monitor

that unemployment is not at an "inflation safe" level. Let's see if Alan Greenspan agrees.

7:40 a.m. Michael Chalice,

Winthrop, Stimson, Putnam & Roberts

It's a law firm. Need we say more.

8:10 a.m. Arpad Pongracz,

Vontobel Eastern European Equity

fund (

report card in

The Street


9:03 a.m. David Jones,

Aubrey G. Lanston

9:10 a.m. Charles Cashion, CFO,

Immune Response




9:32 a.m. Rick Santenelli,

Rand Financial Services

9:40 a.m. Sam Eichenfield, Chairman and CEO,


10:00 a.m. Mike Goldstien, CEO,

Toys "R" US




How 'bout them earnings? Looks like it was video-games to the rescue.

10:40 a.m. Henry Cavanna,

J.P. Morgan Investment Management

11:20 a.m. Paul & Sara Edwards, home business experts

Hurrah for the entrepreneurs!

11:30 a.m. Neal Soss,

CS First Boston

Noon. Sen. Thomas Harkin, Iowa

More Fed talk.

12:20 p.m. Richard Scott-Ram,

World Gold Council

12:20 p.m. Victor Floren,

Gold Shares


While this year's wretched gold market has hurt most gold-oriented funds, (


) Floren's $105.8 million Gold Shares fund has fared particularly badly with a negative 13.6% year-to-date return, which ranks it 38th among the 46 funds in its category, according to Lipper.

1:10 p.m. Arlie Russel, author,

The Time Bind

Go ahead, you deserve a good cup of coffee right about now.

2:10 p.m. Robert Dederick, Former Commerce Undersecretary.

3:45 p.m. Lisa Finstrom,

Smith Barney

Expect dollar talk from the senior currency analyst at

Smith Barney

4:20 p.m. Lyle Gramley, Former Federal Reserve Governor

More Fed Head chatter.

4:40 p.m. Jack Shaughnessy.


6:00 p.m. James Cramer,

Cramer Berkowitz & Co.

Don't expect a hum-drum bull session. Cramer, co-chairman and columnist for

The Street

and a hedge fund manager, should be on fire -- even more than usual -- after what's sure to be a hectic day Tuesday.