These Are The 5 Worst Mid-Cap Stocks For 2022

1. DraftKings Inc. (DKNG)

DraftKings' inability to maintain profitability may have hurt its shares. The company expects FY 2022 EBITDA of $825 million to $925 million. DraftKings Class A shares returned -69.7% in one year.

2. Pinterest, Inc. (PINS)

Pinterest has ran into an issue common to social media and online community companies: attracting new users becomes tough. In Q4 2021, the company's MAU rate fell. One-year returns for Pinterest Class A shares were -68.1%.

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3. Wayfair Inc. (W)

Net revenue for the most recent quarter plummeted by more than 11% YOY as the company battled the COVID-19 outbreak. Active customers fell 12.5% year-over-year during the same time. Wayfair Class A shares fell 67.1% last year.

4. Zillow Group, Inc. (ZG)

Late in 2021, the company said it will stop flipping houses due to the volatile housing market and downsize. The stock fell. Zillow Class A shares have a -64.6% one-year return.

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5. Zoom Video Communications, Inc. (ZM)

Businesses and schools moved online during the COVID-19 pandemic, boosting its popularity. As regulations ease and face-to-face employment and education resume, the corporation may see lesser demand. Zoom had -63.8% annual returns.

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These Are The 5 Best Performing Mid-Cap Stock of 2022

1. Avis Budget Group, Inc. (CAR)

Avis Budget stock returned 251.1% last year. COVID-19 rules have loosened, boosting demand. Avis earned $381 million in net income for the fourth quarter of 2021, compared to a net loss the year before, while revenues virtually doubled.

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2. Antero Resources Corporation (AR)

Antero may have benefited from U.S. and international sanctions against Russia after Ukraine's invasion. Early in March, the White House banned Russian oil, coal, and LNG. Antero stock has returned 186.1% yearly.

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3. Range Resources Corporation (RRC)

Texas-based Range Resources Corporation (RRC) explores and produces oil and gas. It's in Pennsylvania's Marcellus Shale. Range Resources undoubtedly faced many of the same issues as Antero Resources. One-year returns are 185.3%.

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4. Alcoa Corporation (AA)

It's the world's largest producer of bauxite and alumina. Due to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, aluminium and other metals have risen in price. Alcoa's one-year return is 181.8%.

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5. Devon Energy Corporation (DVN)

Devon Energy (DVN) explores, develops, and produces oil and gas. The corporation transports and processes oil, gas, and associated goods. One-year total returns are 168.2%.

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