The banks were among the 10 most-searched stocks on TheStreet.com Tuesday. Citigroup ( C) is first. Its new board chairman, Richard Parsons, said banks were being vilified and weren't totally to blame for the current financial crisis. Bank of America ( BAC) is next. Rochdale Securities analyst Dick Bove says he expects BofA's stock to return to all-time highs. Goldman Sachs ( GS) is up. CEO Lloyd Blankfein said at a conference of the Council of Institutional Investors that Wall Street compensation and hedge fund regulations need to be re-evaluated. The company is also gearing up to release earnings next Tuesday. General Motors ( GM) and Ford ( F) make the list. Moody's reported that there is a 70% likelihood that GM will file for bankruptcy, while Ford's risk was "moderately below" 70%. In the meantime, GM announced a partnership with Segway and unveiled a two-wheeled electric vehicle. Celgene ( CELG) is up after Cramer recommended it on Mad Money as a great biotech company to own. He owns shares for his Action Alerts Plus Portfolio. Cramer gave Siliconware Precision ( SPIL) the speculative thumbs-up on Mad Money, saying the semiconductor packaging and testing company is poised to break out. Alcoa ( AA) is next. The company unofficially kicks off earnings season today when it reports after the bell. Analysts expect a loss of 56 cents a share on revenue of $4.07 billion. Sun Microsystems ( JAVA) is up. The stock was leading the Nasdaq down for the second straight day after IBM ( IBM) withdrew its bid for the company. Investors are wondering what this means for futures mergers in the tech sector. Last up is Research In Motion ( RIMM). Shares were pulling back today after the company reported killer earnings last week.