Banks continue to draw the most attention in stock search, with Bank of America ( BAC) leading the way.

On Thursday, CEO Ken Lewis went on CNBC saying mostly positive things about the bank. However, one large shareholder thinks Lewis painted too rosy a picture. Jerry Finger thinks the board should vote against Lewis at the upcoming annual meeting.

Citigroup ( C) says the recent FASB changes won't affect it too much, but other sources say it could boost capital levels by as much as 20%.

Mortgage lenders might have a friend at Wells Fargo ( WFC). It was reported that the Big Four bank could begin lending to mortgage banks to take advantage of a recovery in the housing market.

Top 10 favorite Apple ( AAPL) is keeping its eye on rival Research in Motion ( RIMM). The maker of the popular BlackBerry received five analyst upgrades on Friday.

Health care names are hitting the list as well. Gilead ( GILD)reported positive results on its high blood pressure drug.

Cramer continues to like Celgene ( CELG), which he owns for his Action Alerts PLUS portfolio. For more of what Cramer is trading, email us for your free trial!

On the industrial side, General Electric ( GE)announced a home health care partnership with Intel ( INTC).

Caterpillar ( CAT) is one of Cramer's favorite names in the Nasdaq and is in his AAP portfolio.

Finally, beleaguered auto giant General Motors ( GM) is attempting to rally the common stock.