Goldman Sachs ( GS) was among the most searched stocks on TheStreet.com Tuesday, a day after it surprised market watchers by releasing its earnings report before late Monday.

The results were a pleasant surprise for analysts, along with an equity offering that was announced as the company lays the ground to begin paying back its TARP loans.

Other financial names garnering top spots were Citigroup ( C), which managed to trade above $4 for the first time since Jan. 28.

Bank of America ( BAC)was trying to shrug off the news that the SEC was reviewing Merrill Lynch's bonus payments.

Wells Fargo ( WFC) remained on the most-searched list.

Turning to health care, drugmaker Dendreon ( DNDN) reported positive news on its prostate cancer vaccine, Provenge. The surprise news caused the stock to rally .

Johnson & Johnson ( JNJ) reported flat earnings for the first quarter, disappointing analysts.

On the energy front, Chevron ( CVX) was downgraded by Oppenheimer.

Separately, Jim Cramer decided to buy more shares of BHP Billiton ( BHP) for his Action Alerts Plus portfolio. For more of what Cramer is trading, email us at action@thestreet.com for your free trial to Action Alerts PLUS!

In other most-searched stocks, General Electric ( GE) shares continued to stay positive, while General Motors ( GM) prepares for bankruptcy.

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