These Are The Five Best And Worst Performing Large-Cap Stocks In November 2022

The S&P 500, which is made up entirely of large-cap U.S. stocks and adequately reflects the U.S. economy, has just managed to come out of the bear market this year so far. In November, the S&P 500 gained 5.4%, a good sign for investors hoping for a recovery in the stock market from its worst year since 2008.

Although the index is still down by almost 17%, some top-performing stocks have been able to beat the bearish trend. Let’s take a look at the five best and worst performing large-cap stocks in November 2022.

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Five Best Performing Large-Cap Stocks In November 2022

We have taken the November return numbers of large-cap stocks from finviz.com to rank the five best and worst performing large-cap stocks in November 2022. Here are the five best performing large-cap stocks in November 2022:

  1. Advanced Micro Devices (30%)

Founded in 1969 and headquartered in Santa Clara, Calif., this company develops and sells semiconductors. Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMD) shares are down by almost 49% year to date and down over 6% in the last three months.

As of this writing, Advanced Micro Devices shares are trading above $73 with a 52-week range of $54.57 to $156.73, giving the company a market capitalization of more than $120 billion.

  1. Fair Isaac (30%)

Founded in 1956 and headquartered in San Jose, Calif., this company offers decision management solutions. Fair Isaac Corporation (NYSE:FICO) shares are up by over 41% year to date and up almost 39% in the last three months.

As of this writing, Fair Isaac shares are trading above $612 with a 52-week range of $340.48 to $637.69, giving the company a market capitalization of more than $15.50 billion.

  1. Burlington Stores (39%)

Founded in 1972 and headquartered in Burlington, N.J., this company sells off-price apparel and home products, including women’s apparel, accessories, footwear, menswear, and more. Burlington Stores Inc (NYSE:BURL) shares are down by over 31% year to date but are up over 43% in the last three months.

As of this writing, Burlington Stores shares are trading above $200 with a 52-week range of $106.47 to $296.36, giving the company a market capitalization of more than $13 billion.

  1. Unity Software (40%)

Founded in 2004 and headquartered in San Francisco, this company develops video gaming software for all platforms, including mobile phones, tablets, PCs, consoles, and augmented and virtual reality devices. Unity Software Inc (NYSE:U) shares are down by over 73% year to date and down over 1% in the last three months.

As of this writing, Unity Software shares are trading above $38 with a 52-week range of $21.22 to $157.48, giving the company a market capitalization of more than $16.90 billion.

  1. Etsy (52%)

Founded in 2005 and headquartered in New York City, this company operates an online marketplace offering handmade products, including shoes, clothing, bags, and accessories. Etsy Inc (NASDAQ:ETSY) shares are down by over 33% year to date but are up by over 32% in the last three months.

As of this writing, Etsy shares are trading above $137 with a 52-week range of $67.01 to $247.85, giving the company a market capitalization of more than $17 billion.

Five Worst Performing Large-Cap Stocks In November 2022

Here are the five worst performing large-cap stocks in November 2022:

  1. Darling Ingredients (-18%)

Founded in 1882 and headquartered in Irving, Texas, this company develops natural ingredients from edible and inedible bio-nutrients. Darling Ingredients Inc (NYSE:DAR) shares are down by almost 12% year to date and down over 17% in the last three months.

As of this writing, Darling Ingredients shares are trading above $61 with a 52-week range of $55.71 to $87.59, giving the company a market capitalization of more than $10.10 billion.

  1. CrowdStrike Holdings (-23%)

Founded in 2011 and headquartered in Austin, Texas, this company provides cybersecurity products and services. Crowdstrike Holdings Inc (NASDAQ:CRWD) shares are down by over 42% year to date and down almost 31% in the last three months.

As of this writing, CrowdStrike Holdings shares are trading above $118 with a 52-week range of $108.89 to $242.00, giving the company a market capitalization of more than $29 billion.

  1. Roblox (-25%)

Founded in 2004 and headquartered in San Mateo, Calif., this company offers online gaming services through its platforms:Roblox Client, Roblox Studio, and Roblox Cloud. Roblox Corp (NYSE:RBLX) shares are down by almost 70% year to date and down over 17% in the last three months.

As of this writing, Roblox shares are trading above $31 with a 52-week range of $21.65 to $125.99, giving the company a market capitalization of more than $20.40 billion.

  1. Lucid Group (-28%)

Founded in 2007 and headquartered in Newark, California, it is an electric vehicle manufacturer. Lucid Group Inc (NASDAQ:LCID) shares are down by over 75% year to date and down over 35% in the last three months.

As of this writing, Lucid Group shares are trading above $9.50 with a 52-week range of $9.40 to $47.59, giving the company a market capitalization of more than $17 billion.

  1. ZoomInfo Technologies (-34%)

Founded in 2007 and headquartered in Vancouver, Wash., this company offers a cloud-based platform that provides information on organizations and professionals. ZoomInfo Technologies Inc (NASDAQ:ZI) shares are down by over 55% year to date and down almost 30% in the last three months.

As of this writing, ZoomInfo shares are trading above $29 with a 52-week range of $23.29 to $67.88, giving the company a market capitalization of more than $11.80 billion.

2022 is nearly in the books, and for many investors turning the page to a new year can’t come soon enough. Will 2023 be better for stocks? If history is a guide it will be.

In the 12 months following mid-term elections (the elections held in the middle of a president’s four-year term), stocks have performed well. This is typically because mid-term elections tend not to go well for the party that sits in the White House.

The reasons for that trend are not something that’s in our wheelhouse. We’re just looking at what it means for stocks. And what it suggests is that next year the markets could see a strong recovery…at some point. But as is frequently the case, you have to be in the right stocks.  

That’s the focus of this special presentation. We’re taking a look at seven stocks that have a strong case to be made for growth in the coming year. And some of these stocks are offering a good entry point for investors right now.

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