During the week of May 12, TheStreet.com readers searched for the following 10 stocks more than any others. This week, new entrants Woodward Governor (WGOV) , Quanta Services (PWR) - Get Report and Abbott Labs (ABT) - Get Report join the list as investors seek answers to their questions about the company's recent price action.

Each week, research associate Patrick Schultz makes the Buy, Sell or Hold call on them below, in the order of their popularity.

1. Apple

(AAPL) - Get Report

: I am actually rooting for a pullback in the House of Jobs so I can call it a buy. Surprisingly, we have not seen any bumps or detours on the shining path to $200 that I have stressed for weeks and weeks now. A little panic and selling would be great ... to buy more. --

BUY

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2. Deere

(DE) - Get Report

: Do you believe in the ag bull market? I sure do. If you believe it is a sustainable and secular growth story, then the post-earnings selloff of Deere shares is the opportunity you have been waiting for. The threats of famine in some parts of the world, and the growing wealth of BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) countries will keep the demand for ag and food products at elevated levels for the foreseeable future. Well, what are you waiting for? --

BUY

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3. Woodward Governor

(WGOV)

: Here is a great stock with a great story. It is levered to everything that is working in this economic environment: wind energy markets, industrial engines and turbines, and components for the

Boeing

(BA) - Get Report

Dreamliner. And here is the best part -- "the Governor" is an under-the-radar stock and not covered by any of the big investment banks. Once the big money sees and understands the potential that we are discussing here, they will roll out coverage and money will pour in. Buy before the big boys catch on. --

BUY

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4. Visa

(V) - Get Report

: Last week, it looked as though the Visa momentum had stalled, but recent news could get this stock moving again. Visa said at recent investor presentations that it will have no trouble meeting its forward guidance, and the company noted the strength of its growth and how the U.S. did not bring down returns. The stock has heavy resistance at the $89.84 level, but if shares dip to the $80 level, I would be tempted. In other words, pick your price entry levels with care. --

BUY

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5. El Paso

(EP)

: Stay the course with this great-performing energy play. To review, EP shareholders own the largest natural gas pipeline in the U.S., and the company is growing its exploration and production of natural gas. There is a lot to like here. --

BUY

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6. Research In Motion

(RIMM)

: What can be said about RIMM that has not already been said? This stock is a bear-busting marvel that has made fortunes for stock investors. Every time this stock has sold off, buyers of the dip have been richly rewarded. I don't see any reason to stray from this simple but golden mantra: Buy the dips. --

BUY

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7. Quanta Sevices

(PWR) - Get Report

: A lesser-known infrastructure play that I fully believe will get a lot more attention as our nation's crumbling infrastructure comes into focus. This company helps utilities and telco companies build out their infrastructure. Bill Richardson, the former Secretary of Energy, once stated, "We are a major superpower with a third-world electrical grid." I agree with this statement, and PWR is the winner. --

BUY

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8. First Solar

(FSLR) - Get Report

: It pays to be patient. We waited for the whites (or is it red?) of the bear's eyes before jumping back into the premier play on the solar industry. Recall, I was torn for a few weeks between loving the fundamentals of FSLR but I worried about the right price to pay. Fortunately, we got the selloff that allowed us a great cost basis and solid risk/reward. Now, it is time to just sit back and let her run to new highs. If you did not buy during the initial pullback, look for dips around 8%-10% to get involved. --

BUY

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9. Foster Wheeler

(FWLT)

: The incredible earnings report from

Fluor

(FLR) - Get Report

catapulted the whole engineering and construction (E&C) sector higher. The secular growth thesis with E&C stocks is probably one of the strongest stories in the market. The whole world needs new power plants, oil refineries and industrial factories. Simply put, if you don't have exposure to this sector, there is something very wrong with your portfolio. --

BUY

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10. Abbott Labs

(ABT) - Get Report

: Abbott is a large pharmaceutical company with an extensive product portfolio with solid exposure to diagnostics, nutritional and vascular businesses. Recently, the company came out with some bullish news about its stent, Xience V. A recent trial demonstrated ABT's product had better efficacy and safety results than its top competitor. If you are looking for a safe play in a quality company, this is a good pick. --

BUY

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Patrick Schultz is a research associate at TheStreet.com. In keeping with TSC's editorial policy, he doesn't own or short individual stocks. He also doesn't invest in hedge funds or other private investment partnerships. He has previously obtained Securities licenses under the NASD?s Series 7, Series 24, Series 52, and Series 63 exams and has worked in the financial markets on various trading desks in addition to trading for his own account. Schultz appreciates your feedback;

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