- The S&P 500 is on pace for a 187% gain through the 2010s as the record-long bull market surges into a new decade.
- Yet the index’s strength didn’t prop up all members, and several ended the decade with half the market value they held in 2010.
- Here are the 11 worst-performing S&P 500 stocks of the 2010s.
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The rising tide wasn’t able to raise all stocks.
The 2010s saw US equities enjoy a record-long bull market as stocks endured the end of the financial crisis, Fed rate hikes, trade-war woes, and recession fears.