Overall for 2016, the global stock market saw gains of 5.3%, as measured by the MSCI World Index, and U.S. stocks were up around 9.5% as measured by the S&P 500 Index.
Focusing on individual stocks within gaming, media and technology, the following are the five best and worst-performing stocks for the calendar year within these segments of the global market. You’ll see that chip-maker AMD and graphics card manufacturer NVIDIA performed the best, while fledgling accessory maker Mad Catz and social media provider Twitter tumbled.
2016’s Best-Performing Gaming, Media & Tech Stocks
2016’s Worst-Performing Gaming, Media & Tech Stocks
Sources: Google Finance, Company Websites and iStock Photos.