Wells Fargo ( WFC) tops the stock-search list on TheStreet.com as it stands to benefit from early, aggressive writedowns of its bad assets.

The bank took on a load of bad debt when it acquired Wachovia and may be in a better position now that other banks that have delayed the inevitable toxic-asset writedown.

Citigroup ( C) stays under the microscope as Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner sought government power to seize banks that threaten the U.S. economy.

Stock Search: McDonald's Makes List

RealMoney contributor Dan Dicker suggests some option trades for Bank of America ( BAC) in his Trade of the Day video.

JPMorgan Chase ( JPM) says the honeymoon is officially over as it sues Washington Mutual, the bank it acquired, for assets it claims belong to JPMorgan as a result of the acquisition.

Insurance giant AIG ( AIG) can't catch a break as one of its top executives resigned over bonus-gate and sent the resignation letter to The New York Times op-ed section.

Cramer mentioned that investors should pick up shares of McDonald's ( MCD) on his Mad Money show.

The rumors continue to swirl around Sun Microsystems ( JAVA) and IBM ( IBM) merging, as investors pick apart the potential concerns about such a deal.

Procter & Gamble's ( PG) dividend history was highlighted on Cramer's "Mad Money" show.

Phone-replacement sales have slowed, affecting all mobile-phone makers. Even market leader Apple ( AAPL) is affected by by slowing sales.

And finally, General Electric ( GE) continues its recent positive momentum. The stock is in Cramer's Action Alerts PLUS portfolio. For more of what Cramer is trading, email us at action@thestreet.com for your free trial!

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