Tech leads the markets but financials dominate the top 10. Citigroup ( C) is first. An Oppenheimer analyst initiated coverage on the stock with a perform rating. The title of the report is "Perhaps not Hopeless." Also, speculation is growing that one of the new board members could be CEO Vikram Pandit's replacement.
Next are Bank of America ( BAC) and JPMorgan ( JPM). Both stocks also got a perform rating at Oppenheimer. General Electric ( GE) is up after Oppenheimer said the company has a manageable balance sheet and won't need to raise new capital. Also, on Thursday GE will take investors on a "deep dive" into the books of its GE Capital unit hoping to offer more transparency. Wells Fargo makes the list after its Chairman called the government's stress-test and public results, 'asinine.' Cramer owns shares for his Action Alerts Plus Portfolio. See how they are buying this stock and email email@example.com for a free trial now. Goldman Sachs ( GS) got a downgrade to Market Perform from Outperform from Keefe Bruyette & Woods. AIG ( AIG) is in the dog house. Congressional Democrats want to implement NEW taxes on the $165 million in bonuses given to AIG employees. Next is iShares FTSE ( FXI). Cramer gave this ETF a thumbs up on Mad Money saying if you believe in the Chinese recovery, FXI is the way to play it. BP ( BP) makes the list with OPEC announcing it will not cut production for the short term. And last up is small cap biotech company, Cyclacel Pharmaceuticals ( CYCC). Stockpickr.com says this is a cheap biotech stock severely undervalued.