The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJINDICES:^DJI) might be having a good day, but you wouldn't be able to tell by looking at the index's members. Stocks on the Dow are split between losers and risers -- but despite that, the index has still managed to pick up gains of 70 points, or 0.5%, as of 2:15 p.m. EST. However, one tech stock's big day is taking the Dow higher in spite of the general market malaise.

IBM on a tear
The Dow's price-weighted average means that tech giant IBM (NYSE:IBM) -- with a price tag exceeding $200 per share -- commands an inordinate amount of sway over the Dow's day-to-day movement, commanding 11% of the index. So far today, the stock has gained nearly 5% and is approaching all-time highs.

Record profits in the wake of IBM's sterling fourth quarter have investors smiling. Net income increased 6%, led by areas such as cloud computing, data analytics, and other "high-value businesses," as CEO Ginni Rometty referred to them.

IBM's not the only company having a good day, however. Disney (NYSE:DIS) has also hit a new 52-week (and record) high, with shares up 2.3% so far. Analysts project the entertainment company, which has seen its stock surge nearly 6% over the past month alone, to continue rising on theme park and film revenue, as well as continued sturdiness in other platforms such as its ESPN network.

Despite IBM and Disney's strong success today, however, many of the Dow's other components aren't having such a great day.

Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) reported fourth-quarter profit that soundly beat last year's mark and exceeded projections, while sales also grew handily over 2011. Despite that, shares of the medical giant are up just 0.14% today, weighed down by disappointing guidance figures that muted investor optimism. J&J's full-year guidance of profit falling between $5.35 and $5.45 per share falls below expectations. However, the company's massive, diversified reach across nearly every health care industry shouldn't scare you away from an otherwise top-tier stock.

Energy stocks aren't much to write home about either, as both Chevron and Exxon-Mobil (NYSE:XOM) are falling, with shares down 0.6% and 0.4%, respectively. The energy sector is down in general today, but with gasoline futures rising, Chevron and Exxon -- both stocks that look relatively cheap at the moment -- could be set to continue their gains of the past year.

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