Rate the 'Squawk Box' Host: Gregg Hymowitz

Is Gregg Hymowitz of Entrust Capital facing some tough competition or is he saving the best "Squawk Box" appearance for last? Each day this week, we've asked readers to rate the guest hosts in order to separate hot hosts from monotonous market mavens.

Here's how they've fared so far:

Remember: Categories are weighted so that intelligence and interviewing skills count more than appearance and personality. If only the real world were so equitable.

How the Points Pile Up
16-20 points HOST WITH THE MOST:
This guest was surely a scout, as his motto is "Be prepared!" Witty, intelligent and well-spoken, this co-host should be a regular.
11-15 points PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT:
Bad choice of tie, fumbled a few questions, but should improve with time and make a fine host someday.
7-10 points GRAB THE REMOTE:
This guest should enroll in the Tony Robbins School of Public Speaking.


Today's Guest Host

Gregg Hymowitz, Entrust Capital Insightfulness/Intelligence Head of the Class -- 7 points Salutatorian -- 5 points Still Working on the GED -- 3 points Interviewing Skills Mike Wallace -- 6 points Barbara Walters -- 4 points Jerry Springer -- 2 points Personality/Humor LOL (Laugh Out Loud) -- 4 points Laugh to yourself -- 2 points Laughable -- 1 point Dress/Appearance Dressed to the nines -- 3 points Dressed by his/her mother -- 2 points Dressed in the dark -- 1 point Should CNBC invite this host back? Yes No

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