Is Now the Time to Buy the S&P 500’s 3 Worst-Performing Stocks of 2020?

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When retrospectives are written about the stock market in 2020, much of the coverage will inevitably be framed in relation to the coronavirus pandemic. Despite the year being characterized by incredible volatility and record uncertainty, the S&P 500 index had climbed roughly 15.5% as of Dec. 31.

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