Yesterday we highlighted the best performing S&P 500 stocks on earnings so far this season (through Tuesday), and below we provide the opposite list — the worst performing S&P 500 stocks on earnings. The stocks featured below all fell more than 6% on their earnings reaction days (the first trading day following earnings). Eleven stocks in the S&P experienced one-day drops of 10% or more in response to their earnings reports, with Endo International (ENDP) dropping the most at -39.19%. That’s nearly double the next closest stock on the downside, which is Stericycle (SRCL) at -21.5%. Seagate Tech (STX) ranks third worst with a drop of 19.07%, followed by Macy’s (M) and Nordstrom (JWN), which round out the top five. Market-darling Netflix (NFLX) is also on the list of biggest losers with a decline of 12.97% on its earnings reaction day following its April 18th release. Other notables on the list of earnings season losers this quarter include Kohl’s (KSS), First Solar (FSLR), Priceline (PCLN), Microsoft (MSFT), and Apple (AAPL).