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These Were The Ten Worst Performing Mega Cap Stocks In December 2021

These Were The Ten Worst Performing Mega Cap Stocks In December 2021
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December 2021 was a good month for the stock market in general, with the Dow Jones posting its fifth consecutive monthly gain and the Nasdaq posting a six-month winning streak. However, not all stocks were able to finish the month in the green, including some huge ones. This drop in general represents a good opportunity for investors to start new positions in these huge stocks. So, let’s take a look at the ten worst performing major stocks in December 2021.

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The 10 worst performing mega stocks in December 2021

We referenced the yield data (from finviz.com) to come up with the ten worst performing stocks in December 2021. Here are the ten worst performing stocks in December 2021:

  1. Bank of America (0.13%)

Founded in 1904 and headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, it is a banking and financial holding company that provides banking and non-bank financial services. Bank of America Corp (NYSE: BAC) comprises the following business segments: global banking, retail banking, global markets, global wealth and investment management, and all other segments. The company’s shares are up more than 8% in three months, as well as in the past five days. For 2020, Bank of America reported revenue of over $51.50 billion, compared to more than $71.20 billion in 2019.

  1. JPMorgan Chase & Co (-0.22%)

Founded in 1968 and headquartered in New York, this company provides financial and investment banking services. JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) includes the following business segments: corporate and investment banking, asset and wealth management, retail and community banking, and commercial banking. The company’s shares are down more than 2% in three months but are up more than 4% in the past five days. For 2020, JPMorgan Chase reported revenue of more than $64.20 billion, compared to more than $84 billion in 2019.

  1. Nike (>-1%)

Founded in 1964 and headquartered in Beaverton, Oregon, this company designs, develops, markets and sells athletic footwear, equipment, and accessories. Nike Inc (NYSE: NKE) has the following business segments: Asia Pacific and Latin America; Middle East and Africa; North America; Europe; Greater China; global brand divisions; Speaking and companies. The company’s shares are up more than 5% in three months and more than 3% in the past five days. For 2021, Nike reported revenue of more than $44.40 billion, compared to more than $37.40 billion in 2020.

  1. Oracle (>-3%)

Founded in 1977 and headquartered in Austin, Texas, this company deals in products and services that cover all aspects of corporate IT environments. Oracle Corporation (NYSE: ORCL) includes the following business segments: cloud, licensing, hardware, and services. The company’s shares are down more than 8% in three months and more than 1% in the past five days. For 2020, Oracle reported revenue of over $40.40 billion, compared to more than $39 billion in 2019.

  1. Amazon.com (> -3%)

Founded in 1994 and headquartered in Seattle, Washington, this company deals in e-commerce, digital broadcasting, and cloud computing. Amazon.com, Inc. operates. (NASDAQ:AMZN) by three business segments: North American, International, and Amazon Web Services (AWS). The company’s shares are down nearly 1% in three months and more than 2% in the past five days. For 2020, Amazon reported revenue of over $386 billion, compared to more than $280 billion in 2019.

  1. Netflix (>-4%)

Founded in 1997 and headquartered in Los Gatos, California, it is a streaming entertainment service company that offers subscription-based streaming of movies and TV episodes over the Internet. Netflix Inc (NASDAQ: NFLX) has the following business segments: local DVD, local streaming, and international streaming. The company’s shares are down more than 12% in three months and more than 8% in the past five days. For 2020, Netflix reported $25 billion in revenue, compared to more than $20 billion in 2019.

  1. Tesla (>-6%)

Founded in 2003 and headquartered in Palo Alto, California, this company designs, manufactures, and sells electric vehicles, power generation and storage systems. Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) owns the following business segments: automotive, power generation, and storage. The company’s shares are up more than 34% in three months but have fallen nearly 1% in the past five days. For 2020, Tesla reported revenue of more than $31.50 billion, compared to more than $24.50 billion in 2019.

  1. Nvidia (>-9%)

Founded in 1993 and headquartered in Santa Clara, California, this company designs and manufactures computer graphics processors, chipsets and supporting software. NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ: NVDA) has three business segments: Tegra processor, graphics processing unit (GPU), and all other segments. The company’s shares are up more than 35% in three months but have fallen more than 4% in the past five days. For 2021, NVIDIA reported revenue of more than $16.60 billion, compared to more than $10.90 billion in 2020.

  1. Salesforce.com (>-10%)

Founded in 1999 and headquartered in San Francisco, this company designs and develops cloud-based enterprise software for CRM (customer relationship management). Salesforce.com, Inc. (NYSE: CRM) primarily provides solutions related to customer service and support, sales force automation, marketing automation and more. The company’s shares are down about 16% in three months and about 10% in the past five days. For 2020, Salesforce reported revenue of over $21 billion, compared to more than $17 billion in 2019.

  1. Adobe (>-14%)

Founded in 1982 and headquartered in San Jose, California, this company provides digital and media marketing solutions. Adobe Inc (NASDAQ: ADBE) includes the following business segments: publishing, digital experience, and digital media. The company’s shares are down nearly 11% in three months and more than 9% in the past five days. For 2020, Adobe reported revenue of over $12.80 billion, compared to more than $11 billion in 2019.

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