Bank of America topped the stock search list on TheStreet.com today, followed by Citigroup and Celgene. General Motors remains high on investor radar as well.

Here are the top 10 tickers as of 11:30 a.m. EDT on April 1, 2009:

1. Bank of America ( BAC)

2. Citigroup ( C)

3. Celgene ( CELG)

4. General Motors ( GM)

5. AIG ( AIG)

6. General Electric ( GE)

7. FirstMerit ( FMER)

8. Apple ( Apple)

9. Wells Fargo ( WFC)

10. Caterpillar ( CAT)

Hall is the editor of TheStreet.com. Previously, he served as deputy editor and chief innovation officer at The Orange County Register and as a news manager at Bloomberg News in Frankfurt, Amsterdam and Washington, D.C. As a reporter, he covered business and financial markets, worked in both print and television in the U.S. and Europe, and conducted in-depth investigative coverage at The Journal-Gazette in Fort Wayne, Ind. His work also has been published in a variety of newspapers including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and International Herald Tribune. Hall received a bachelor�s degree in journalism and political science from The Ohio State University and has taken graduate management science courses at Boston University.

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