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The Best And Worst Information Technology Stocks In Q1 2019

Of the 44 technology companies on our watch list, 35 recorded gains in the price of their publicly traded shares during the first quarter of 2019 and only 9 recorded price declines – two by significant double-digit percentages. Take a look at who were the winners and who were the losers.

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Riding A Stock Market Surge, Tech Companies See Price Gains In Q1 

After a roller coaster end to 2018, stock markets in the first quarter of 2019 have generally been on the rise despite uncertainties about the global economy and trade tensions with China.

The Dow Jones closed the first quarter of trading (ended March 29) at 25,928.68, up 11.15 percent from the close of 2018. The tech-heavy Nasdaq fared even better, closing out the first quarter at 7,729.32, up 16.49 percent from its 2017 close.

Thirty-five of the 44 technology companies on our watch list recorded stock price increases in the first quarter – 29 of them by double-digit amounts. Only nine companies saw the value of their stock decline during the quarter.

Additions to our watch list for 2019 include ServiceNow and Dell Technologies, the latter of which went public on the New York Stock Exchange on Dec. 28 at $46.00 per share. Several companies previously on the list, including CA Technologies and Hortonworks, were acquired during the past year and have been removed from the list. And Quantum was delisted from the New York Stock Exchange in January because of problems in filing its annual and quarterly financial statements.

Here's a look at who was up and who was down in the first quarter of 2019, starting with companies with the biggest gains in share price, based on stock closing prices on Dec. 31, 2018 and March 29, 2019.

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