Financials continued to lead the list of the most-searched stocks on TheStreet.com Wednesday. Wells Fargo ( WFC) remained one of the top 10 most searched stocks days after it reported preliminary earnings.

Originally, the market rallied on what seemed to be positive news from the bank, but now investors are are anxious for the details.

Bank of America ( BAC) continues to experience a brain drain after more former Merrill Lynch employees have left for boutique firms. JPMorgan Chase ( JPM) and Citigroup ( C), both on the list, look to be increasing foreclosures again.

Goldman Sachs ( GS) was downgraded by JPMorgan after announcing earnings and launching a $5 billion offering. The analyst believes the stock is fairly priced at this point.

On the drug front, Abbot Labs ( ABT) hits the list. It reported first-quarter profit and projected 9% revenue growth. Jim Cramer is buying for his Action Alerts Plus portfolio. For more of what Cramer is trading email us at action@thestreet.com for your free trial!

Also, Dendreon ( DNDN) continues to draw attention after the surprise announcement about its prostate cancer vaccine.

Then on the industrial stock side, General Electric ( GE) is preparing to release its earnings on Friday. And finally, Ford ( F) as well as the other automakers are trying to meet their promised deliveries of hybrid and electric cars.

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