It’s premature to call it a rally, but the Nasdaq composite climbed sharply for the second consecutive day Tuesday.

The Nasdaq gained 62 points, or 2.9%, as investors bought tech stocks assuming all bad news has already been factored into their prices.

Meanwhile, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained a more modest 29 points, or 0.3%, on Tuesday.

Among RV company stocks, Featherlite, manufacturer of the Vogue and Vantare high-line Class A motorhomes, plunged 9/16, or 25%, on Tuesday to close at 1 11/16. No news was issued by the company Tuesday to explain the sharp sell-off.

Here is a roundup of the other RV company stock activity Tuesday:

Fleetwood gained 36 cents to close at $9.84

Winnebago gained 55 cents to close at $17.40

Thor declined 88 cents to close at $24.92

Coachmen declined 5 cents to close at $10.95

Monaco declined 89 cents to close at $18.60

National RV declined 4 cents to close at $10.35

Skyline declined 4 cents to close at $24.91

SMC was unchanged at 4

Holiday RV Superstores was unchanged at 4

Rexhall gained 1/4 to close at 5 7/8

Kit was unchanged at $3.75

Coast Distribution was unchanged at 75 cents

Spartan Motors was unchanged at 3 1/8

Starcraft was unchanged at 1 7/8