President Bush will deploy a limited defense system to protect the nation against ballistic missiles by 2004, officials said Tuesday.
But does the system have a viable future and can it really work? We'll debate the issue and see whether it is worth the billions needed with former assistant Secretary of Defense Larry Korb and FOX News military analyst retired U.S. Navy Captain Chuck Nash.
Now that Al Gore is out, what do some of Wall Street's biggest Democratic fundraisers want to see out of their presidential candidate in 2004? We'll ask to Greg Hymowitz of Entrust Capital and venture capitalist Alan Patricof, chairman of Apax Partners.
The Bush economic plan should be in place by mid-winter, but will it have any teeth? We'll investigate. Straszheim Global Advisors' Donald Straszheim and Schwab Wash Research Group's Greg Valliere, join the debate.
We'll take the market's temperature with Hilary Kramer, senior adviser at Montgomery Asset Management, and Scott Bleier, president and founder of HybridInvestors.com.
Plus, just how strong is the housing bubble? We'll check in with Robert Toll, chairman of the Board and CEO of Toll Brothers.
And, don’t look now, but gold is on a tear. Is it too late to invest? Capitalist Pig Hedge Fund's Jonathan Hoenig weighs in.
We'll have those stories and more!
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