(Updates story with year-end closing prices and consensus price targets.)
During the stock market’s March plunge, it may have been difficult for you to expect 2020 to end up as a good year for stocks, but incredibly low interest rates from the Federal Reserve, unprecedented federal spending to support the economy and investors’ enthusiasm for technology stocks did just that.
While many stocks did well, 198 of the S&P 500 Index’s
components lost ground in 2020. Further down in this article, you’ll find a list of the 20 worst-performing S&P stocks. While Wall Street analysts remain downbeat on some of them for 2021, they foresee a…