The Nasdaq composite climbed Wednesday to its highest level in two months as investors moved money into the tech sector on the assumption that the worst is over for the economy and corporate earnings.

The Nasdaq gained 52 points, or 2.4%, on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, stocks included in the Dow Jones Industrial Average were not invited to the party. The Dow slipped 22 points, or 0.2%, on Wednesday.

Among RV company stocks, National RV posted the biggest gain. It climbed 62 cents, or 7%, to close at $9.60 on Wednesday.

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

Fleetwood declined 60 cents to close at $12.70

Winnebago gained 10 cents to close at $18.70

Thor gained 94 cents to close at $25.49

Coachmen gained 25 cents to close at $10.50

Monaco gained 31 cents to close at $19.50

Skyline declined 30 cents to close at $25.60

SMC was unchanged at $3.00

Holiday RV Superstores gained 1 cent to close at $3.60

Rexhall was unchanged at $4.95

Kit declined 11 cents to close at $3.10

Coast Distribution was unchanged at 62 cents

Featherlite was unchanged at $1.85

Spartan Motors declined 11 cents to close at $3.69

Starcraft declined 5 cents to close at $1.30