The (Potentially) Fab FiveCompanies leveraged to commodity prices have been among the best-performing stocks and are likely to see a continued flow of money into the group. Century Aluminum ( CENX) is among those benefiting from increase in demand and a rise in metal prices. After a sharp pullback last month Century is climbing back above its 50-day moving average; a close above resistance at $26 would be very constructive and could set up a run to taking out the 52-week high at $29.21. Despite jumping some 65% in the last five months, shares of Electronics Boutique ( ELBO) are still reasonably valued at just 18 times trailing earnings. The company is a leader in the high-growth video-game sector and is projected to earn $2.29 per share in its current fiscal year, which would represent a 34% increase over the year-ago period. With holiday spending looking robust and consumers focused on electronics, Electronics Boutique looks like it could deliver better-than-expected results. Paxar ( PXR) provides management tools and merchandising services for retailers and stands to benefit from a strong holiday season, as well as the trend of retailers toward greater efficiency in the supply chain and increase cost controls. The stock is looking to hit a new 52-week high and a close above $24 would be constructive. The January $25 call is currently trading at $0.50 cents, giving it an implied volatility of just 26%, which is just above the 52-week low of 24.8% hit in September. Red Robin Gourmet Burger ( RRGB) has been a classic small-cap growth story and right now it is just feeding off its ability to increase top line growth by opening new locations. The stock is in the darling phase and will likely have room to run up (and over the shorts) for some time. WH Energy Services ( WHQ) has performed well along with the many other energy names. As the stock nears support at $22 it could present a buying opportunity. The January $22.50 calls for $80 cents with the stock at $22.25 represent a good low-risk way to buy into this recent pullback.