Stocks in New York were hammered Monday, and financials led the list of the top 10 most-searched stocks on TheStreet.com. Shares of Citigroup ( C) and Bank of America ( BAC) fell after Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner said banks will probably need more bailout money. Citi is reportedly seeking bids for its Japanese brokerage unit, Nikko Cordial. General Electric ( GE) was next. The company announced that the multiyear contract between GE Aviation and the U.S. Navy could be more than $1.5 billion. To see how Cramer is trading on this news email us for a free trial to his Action Alerts PLUS portfolio. Next up was AIG ( AIG), which has cut or delayed payments to partners in some of its real estate ventures. General Motors ( GM) was also heavily searched after a weekend that saw the government force CEO Rick Wagoner to quit. President Obama said the auto industry will endure, but that GM and Chrysler might have to face bankruptcy. Ford ( F), for the time being, is in the clear, but the stock got dragged down with its competitors. Home Depot ( HD) makes the list after Cramer initiated a new position in this stock as a housing recovery play for his Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio. Another Cramer stock is next, Johnson & Johnson ( JNJ). He gave it a thumbs up on Mad Money saying it was one of the best drug companies out there. Chevron ( CVX) is next. Shares of integrated oil companies were selling off today with the rest of the markets. Rounding out the top 10 is Apple ( AAPL) after rumors that iPhone and Skype would team up. Skype will release a version of its Internet-based software for the iPhone. Reportedly, this move will be officially announced Tuesday.