Editors' pick: Originally published Oct. 3.

Hillary Clinton's odds at victory in November improved last week, but the stocks that stand to do well under her presidency remained largely unmoved.

TheStreet's Hillary Clinton Stock Portfolio, a set of 15 stocks identified that could do especially well with Clinton in the White House, dipped a slight 0.17% from market close Friday, September 23 to market close Friday, September 30, just barely underperforming the Donald Trump Stock Portfolio, which declined 0.06%. Aecom (ACM) - Get Report , Netflix (NFLX) - Get Report and Renewable Energy Group (REGI) - Get Report were the top performers of the week, and American Electric Power Company (AEP) - Get Report , Smith & Wesson (SWHC) and Goldman Sachs (GS) - Get Report did the worst.

The former secretary of state scored a win at the first general election presidential debate on Monday, subsequently enjoying a boost in the polls.

Her opponent Donald Trump subsequently suffered through a series of self-inflicted blunders -- continuing a feud with a Latina beauty queen, taking to late-night tweeting and delivering a perplexing speech in Pennsylvania. Clinton, in the meantime, continued to beat the drum on her campaign message and allowed her rival to keep the largely unflattering spotlight. Related: Clinton and Trump Both Post Threats to Wall St.

Aecom, the top performer in the Clinton portfolio last week, rallied 4.17% to $29.73 at market close Friday. The company announced last week that Mark Whitney has been appointed chief operating officer of its nuclear and environment strategy business. He previously spent 11 years at the Department of Energy.

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Netflix climbed 2.72% to $98.55. JP Morgan analysts last week raised their price target on the online streaming company to $125 from $116. The stock surged this week on speculation the company should be a takeover target for Disney (DIS) - Get Report .

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American Electric Power Company fell 3.68% to $64.21 Friday afternoon. The Columbus, Ohio-based company said last week it is seeking offers for the supply of coal to its generating stations.

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Shares of gun-maker Smith & Wesson fell 2.52% to $26.59 last week. The company revealed it had lost a bid to supply the U.S. Army with its m9 semi-automatic pistol, sending shares tumbling. TheStreet's Jim Cramer last week weighed in on the stock in relation to the presidential election, noting it may be a potential opportunity for investors.

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Here's how the entire Clinton portfolio did last week, leading with the top gainers:

Aecom 4.17%

Netflix 2.72%

Renewable Energy Group 2.42%

SolarCity (SCTY) 1.66%

Level-3 Communications (LLL) - Get Report 0.43%

SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY) - Get Report 0.14%

Aetna (AET) -0.16%

Walmart (WMT) - Get Report -0.32%

U.S. Steel (X) - Get Report -0.47%

HCA Holdings (HCA) - Get Report -0.64%

CACI International (CACI) - Get Report -0.82%

Tyson Foods T (TSN) - Get Report -2.08%

Goldman Sachs -2.34%

Smith & Wesson -3.52%

American Electric Power Company -3.68%