The average S&P 1500 stock gained 22% from the February 11th low through April 20th. Since the market made its 2016 high on April 20th, however, the average stock in the S&P 1500 has pulled back roughly 2%. In an earlier post this morning, we noted that the stocks that gained the most during the 2/11-4/20 rally have gotten hit hard since 4/20. Below is a list of the stocks that have fallen the most since 4/20. Endo Pharma (ENDP) and Ciber (CBR) have both fallen more than 40%, while five other stocks have fallen 30%+. Chesapeake Energy (CHK) gained an almost unfathomable 260% from 2/11 through 4/20, but it has since fallen 36%! LSB Industries (LXU), 3D Systems (DDD), AK Steel (AKS), SunCoke Energy (SXC), and Archrock (AROC) all gained more than 100% from 2/11 through 4/20 but have fallen 20% since. Other notable stocks on the list of biggest losers since 4/20 include Lending Tree (TREE), Joy Global (JOY), Seagate Technology (STX), Stericycle (SRCL), United Continental (UAL), and Crocs (CROX).
Not all stocks have fallen, though. Below is a list of 15%+ gainers since 4/20. Blucora (BCOR) has been the biggest winner with a gain of 51%, followed by DreamWorks (DWA) and eHealth (EHTH). Other notable winners include AMD, Insperity (NSP), St Jude Medical (STJ), Nutrisystem (NTRI), and Monster Beverage (MNST).