Upcoming guests and topics on "Wall $treet Week With Loui Rukeyser," produced by Maryland Public Television. It airs at 8:30 p.m. Fridays on Channels 22, 26 and 67 and is repeated Saturdays at noon on Channel 26 and Sundays at 12:30 p.m. on Channels 22 and 67.
MARCH 15: "What Business Thinks of the Economy" -- Guest: Gail D. Fosler, chief economist, The Conference Board.
MARCH 22: "Is It Time for the Market?" Guest: Robert J. Farrell, chief market analyst, Merrill Lynch & Co.
MARCH 29: "Magellan After Lynch" -- Guest: Morris Smith, portfolio manager, Fidelity Magellan Fund. The man who replaced Peter Lynch tells what it's like to follow in the footsteps
of a legend.
APRIL 5: "How Value Line Looks at the Market" -- Samuel Eisenstadt, research chairman of Value Line Investment Survey, describes what the ratings system says about today's stock market.
APRIL 12: "Building a Portfolio of Housing Stocks?" -- Guest: Gregory A. Nejmeh, senior vice president, Shearson Lehman Brothers. The leading analyst of housing stocks discusses the industry.
APRIL 19: "Chaos for Financial Institutions?" -- Guests: Burt Ely, president of Ely & Co., and James R. Jones, chairman of the American Stock Exchange. A look at problems in the banking industry.
APRIL 26: "A Small Stock Market?" -- Guest: Foster Freiss, founder and CEO of Freiss Associates. A forecast for small stocks.
MAY 3: "The Tale of the Tape" -- Guest: Stan Weinstein, publisher of The Professional Tape Reader. A look at the stock market with one of the market's most widely followed analysts.
MAY 10: "The Bond Market and the Economy" -- Guest: John Mueller, chief economist, Lehrman Bell Mueller Cannon Inc. The outlook for the market and the economy.
MAY 17: "The Case for Stocks" -- Guest: Steven Einhorn, partner with Goldman, Sachs and Co. One of Wall Street's top portfolio strategists offers an outlook for stocks and bonds.
MAY 24: "The Outlook for Advertising and Broadcasting" -- Guest: Alan Gottesman, media analyst, Paine Webber Inc.
MAY 31: "The Big Board's View" -- Guest: William H. Donaldson, chairman and CEO, New York Stock Exchange. The new head of the exchange talks about his reform plans.