Investors visiting TheStreet.com today focused their attention on

Bank of America

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Here are the Top 10 tickers for Feb. 26, 2009:

1.

Bank of America

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2.

General Electric

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3.

Citigroup

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4.

American International Group

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5.

Wells Fargo

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6.

Apple

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7.

SPDR Gold

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8.

General Motors

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9.

Altria

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10.

JPMorgan Chase

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