tops the list. Investors are on "bad news watch" for the dividend or credit rating with so much uncertainty surrounding the stock.
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Bank of America
on the list as President Obama cracks down on salaries. The administration announced a plan to
at $500,000 for companies that participate in the Treasury Department's bailout program and this most definitely includes the head honchos at Bank of America and Citigroup. This comes as Obama gets ready to outline how the rest of the $350 billion bailout money should be spent.
On the other hand,
's CEO, Jamie Dimon, came out swinging about Obama's crack down. Dimon argued on TV that JPMorgan's executives should not be lumped in with other troubled banks. This comes as the Federal Reserve selected
to be custodian of its initiative to buy up mortgage-backed securities.
got busted. It was going to hold a
for employees in Las Vegas, but was forced to cancel after the company received a firestorm of criticism that it was misusing $25 billion in taxpayer bailout money.
Fifth Third Bancorp
is next. The stock is attracting
heavy call activity
as it reaches new 52-week lows.
Let's ditch banks and check out tech.
climbing steadily into the green. And have no fear,
will make it onto the iPhone and iTouch hopefully soon.
makes the list after the stock was downgraded at
to neutral from buy based on valuation. Price target is now $35. But Jim Cramer disagrees with this call and is buying the stock on weakness to find out why check out his Action Alerts Plus Portfolio just email
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is next after the company reported that it lost more than $3 billion in the fourth quarter - its
in more than seven years.
And last stock is fast food favorite,
after positive mention from Jim Cramer on
. Also, reports indicate that the company will open 175 new stores in China creating over 10,000 new jobs in 2009.
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.