Below we provide tables highlighting the 10 best performing stocks in the S&P 100 (100 largest stocks in the S&P) over three different time periods — year-over-year, since the 11/8/16 election, and year-to-date.
As shown, Bank of America (BAC) and Morgan Stanley (MS) top the list of winners over the last year with gains of 60%. Amazon.com (AMZN) ranks third with a gain of 44.4%, followed by Boeing (BA) and General Dynamics (GD). Apple (AAPL) ranks 8th best with a YoY gain of 37.39%.
With a gain of 41.47%, Bank of America (BAC) also tops the list of biggest winners since last November’s election. Tech-behemoth Apple (AAPL) ranks second best with a gain of 29.99%. Even though it’s the biggest company in the world, Apple has quietly posted huge returns over the last 6-12 months.
Facebook (FB) has also quietly posted big gains recently. The stock is currently the top performer in the S&P 100 in 2017 with a gain of 26.80%. Apple (AAPL) ranks second with a gain of 24.56%, while Philip Morris International (PM) is up the third most at +22.72%.
Of course not every stock is up. In the S&P 100, there are 14 stocks that are down over the last year, and we highlight them in the table below. Gilead (GILD) and Target (TGT) are down the most with declines of more than 33%. Bristol-Myers (BMY) and CVS Health (CVS) are the two remaining names that are down 20%+. Other notables on the list of YoY losers include Ford (F), Verizon (VZ), Exxon Mobil (XOM), Nike (NKE), General Electric (GE), and Coca-Cola (KO).