Investors bargain hunting today on Wall Street. Stocks getting a huge lift as the government reassured the Street that it will not nationalize banks. Ben Bernanke also helping the markets saying economic recovery could begin by 2010.

Bank of America

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and

Citigroup

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leading the market rally. Bernanke

saying in his testimony

to the Senate Banking Committee that nationalization of banks isn't necessary for financial stability and predicted economic recovery in 2010.

Citi

also could be close to a deal with the government which would give it a 40% stake in the bank.

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Next, is

General Electric

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- stock continuing to fall amid concerns about its

real estate holdings

, its dividend safety and fears that GE Capital could need more equity injections.

Wells Fargo

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is next with the stock trading up today as investors buy up shares after Monday's disastrous sell off.

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Big oil companies make the list starting with

ConocoPhillips

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. Deutsche

Bank energy analyst

predicting that crude oil price will stabilize in the first half of 2009, and Conoco stock could benefit as prices move higher.

BP

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is next after getting a thumbs up from

Cramer on Mad Money

.

Chevron

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Buffet Watch continues with

Berkshire Hathaway

(BRKA)

. Stock got an

upgrade Monday

from Fox-Pitt citing attractive valuation and upside earnings potential.

The market continues to be volatile, investors turn to gold putting

Spider Gold Shares

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on the list. This Gold ETFs assets have surpassed $30 billion making it the

second largest ETF

by assets in the world. Gold also falling for a second session as investors take some profits after its recent rally.

Finally, the top 10 ends with

Wal-Mart

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.

Cramer saying

this is the ONLY retailer he would own.

Alix joined TheStreet.com TV in February 2007. Previously, she held positions in film and theater production, management, and legal administration. Alix has a degree in communications and theater from Northwestern University.