These 10 mainstream stocks have skyrocketed more than 100% from their post-crash lows — and one of them is up nearly 800%

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  • Since the coronavirus pandemic caused a 35% decline in the S&P 500, some stocks have staged eye-popping recoveries.
  • Mainstream companies like Tesla, Uber, and Snapchat have staged rallies in excess of 100% from their mid-March lows.
  • Here are seven more mainstream stocks that have staged massive rallies in excess of 100%, including one that’s up nearly 800%.
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The coronavirus pandemic caused a swift 35% decline in the S&P 500 from its high on February 19.

Since then, the S&P 500 has rallied more than 30% from its mid-March lows, but some stocks have staged even bigger comebacks.

From technology companies to restaurants, here are 10 stocks that have rallied more than 100% from their post-crash lows, including one that’s up almost 800%.

The rally is calculated using Friday’s closing price.


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10. Slack – Up 106% from its post-crash low

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Shares of Slack have rallied 106% from their March 16 low of $US15.10.


9. Roku – Up 117% from its post-crash low

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Shares of Roku have rallied 117% from their March 17 low of $US58.22.


8. Chipotle – Up 123% from its post-crash low

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Shares of Chipotle have rallied 123% from their March 18 low of $US415.


7. Snap – Up 131% from its post-crash low

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Shares of Snap, parent company of Snapchat, have rallied 131% from their March 18 low of $US7.89.


6. Shopify up 132% from its post-crash low

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Shares of Shopify have surged 132% from their March 18 low of $US305.30.


5. Tesla – Up 133% from its post-crash low

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Shares of Tesla have jumped 133% from their March 18 low of $US350.51.


4. Uber – Up 139% low from its post-crash low

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Shares of Uber have rallied 139% from their March 18 low of $US13.71.


3. Twilio – Up 164% from its post-crash low

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Shares of Twilio have rallied 164% from their March 16 low of $US68.06.


2. Wingstop – Up 188% from its post-crash low

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Shares of Wingstop have rallied 188% from their March 19 low of $US44.27.


1. Wayfair – Up 766% from its post-crash low

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Shares of Wayfair have surged 766% from their March 19 low of $US21.70. The company recently reported earnings that showed a surge in online furniture buying due to work-from-home trends.

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