'Dead' Stocks Find New Life

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Some stocks that investors had given up for dead are finding new life in the current market rally.

Consider Research in Motion, which hit an 11-month high Friday. Shares are up 153 percent from their 52-week low of $6.22 back on Sept. 24.

In the past two weeks alone, RIMM is up 32 percent, making it the best 2-week period since November 23, when it rose 36 percent.

Similarly, Bank of America and Morgan Stanley are up 65 percent and 80 percent from their lows last year.

Other previously struggling names such as JDSU, Micron Technology and Sprint also posted gains greater than 50 percent.

Here's a look at some of the stocks making a strong comeback.

Since its Low in 2012
GNW Genworth Financial Financial 124%
F Ford Motor Consumer 59%
DELL DELL Technology 49%
HPQ Hewlett-Packard Technology 46%
LUV Southwest Airlines Services 45%
ETFC E*Trade Financial Financial 42%
BSX Boston Scientific Healthcare 39%
BBY Best Buy Services 28%
AMAT Applied Materials Technology 26%