NEW YORK ( TheStreet.com) -- The market is liking the jobs report this morning, as stocks are being pulled higher. Let's see what stocks are making headlines today.

Story Stocks

Nvidia ( NVDA): Shares are higher after company beats and raises estimates.

CBS Corporation ( CBS): Stock is higher after company reports earnings results and reaffirms guidance.

Affiliated Computer Services ( ACS): Stock is flat following fourth-quarter results.

Verisign ( VRSN): Shares are lower following second-quarter results.

Public Storage ( PSA): Stock is slightly higher following Q2 earnings results.

Microchip Technology ( MCHP): Shares trading flat despite raising guidance.

Weight Watchers ( WTW): Stock is flat as company narrows guidance.

Computer Sciences ( CSC): Shares are higher after company reports profit rose nearly 6%.

Blue Nile ( NILE): Shares are nearing 52-week highs after company beats guidance.

American Science & Engineering ( ASEI): Stock is lower following first-quarter results.

World Fuel Services ( INT): Shares rise after company beats earnings estimates.

American International Group ( AIG): Stock is spiking after company reports first profit in 7 quarters.

Cimarex Energy ( XEC): Stock is higher after raising production numbers.

Magna International ( MGA): Shares are lower after company reports loss.

Nordic American Tankers ( NAT): Stock is dropping following dividend cut announcement.

Upgrades to Watch

Crocs ( CROX): Piper Jaffray raises stock to outperform.

Chico's FAS ( CHS): Credit Suisse raises price target to $13.

Kraft Foods ( KFT): Credit Suisse upgrades stock to outperform. Raises target to $31.

CSX Corp ( CSX): Credit Suisse raises stock to outperform. $49 price target.

Urban Outfitters ( URBN): Barclays Capital raises rating to equal-weight. $29 price target.

Tim Horton's ( THI): Credit Suisse raises price target to $33.

Marsh & McLennan ( MMC): UBS raises stock to buy. $31 price target.

American Express ( AXP): Goldman Sachs raises estimates and price target to $33.

Boyd Gaming ( BYD): Goldman Sachs raises price target to $9.

Dick's Sporting Goods ( DKS): Barclays Capital raises target to $21.

J. Crew Group ( JCG): Barclays Capital raises estimates and price target to $31.

Home Depot ( HD): Barclays Capital raises estimates and price target to $28.

TreeHouse Foods ( THS): Barclays Capital raises estimates and price target to $36.

Kohl's ( KSS): Goldman Sachs raises estimates and price target to $55.

Lowe's Companies ( LOW): Barclays Capital raises estimates, price target to $24.

Compania Vale Do Rio ( VALE): Barclays Capital raises estimates and price target to $23.

Downgrades to Watch

Nasdaq OMX ( NDAQ): FBR Capital Markets lowers estimates. $24 price target.

The Buckle Inc. ( BKE): FBR Capital Markets cuts stock to underperform. $20 price target.

AllianceBernstein Holding LP ( AB): Credit Suisse cuts rating to neutral. $20 price target.

Genzyme ( GENZ): Goldman Sachs cuts stock to "conviction sell." Lowers price target to $44.

Verisign ( VRSN): Barclays Capital cuts estimates. $23 price target.

Comcast ( CMCSA): Soleil Securities cuts stock to a hold. $16 price target.

Other Key Indices to Watch

Oil ( USO): Oil prices are rising this morning.

Gold ( GLD): Gold prices are down slightly.

Treasuries ( TLT): Bonds are weak this morning as interest rates jump following the optimistic jobs reports.

What's the Trade?

Anyone that carried the Ultrashort plays into today should wait to buy more here until the plays move nicely above the opening print. I would leg into the plays slowly once that happens. If you're long, this morning's spike is another good opportunity to raise trailing stops as stocks rise.

A number of readers mentioned their stops were hit yesterday on long plays they had made some good coin in. I would not worry about missing today's rally at the start, and just be happy that you have practiced your discipline. You can not catch every rally or sell at the exact top, so don't waste any energy on it. Re-focus and get ready for the next opportunities.

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At the time of publication, the author had no positions in stocks mentioned, although positions may change at any time.

Tom Reese and Paul Rubillo are senior editors of Dividend.com. Visit Dividend.com for more dividend stock ratings, picks, news, and analysis for long-term and income-seeking investors.