As we noted in our last post, the average stock in the S&P 500 is now up 6.35% since the index's June 7th closing low. In general, the stocks that were hit the hardest during the correction have bounced the most since June 7th, but the best performing stock since then is Titanium Metals (TIE), which was down just 0.66% from 4/23 to 6/7. Most of the other stocks that have done the best since June 7th were down 20% or more during the pullback. Harman International (HAR) was the worst performing S&P 500 stock from 4/23 to 6/7, and it is up the fifth most since then with a gain of 16.62%. Cliffs Natural Resources (CLF) was down 34% during the correction, and it is up the second most since then with a gain of 21.05%.