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The Best And Worst Channel Company Stocks In Q1 2019

All 27 of the publicly held channel companies on our watch list saw the price of their stock increase in the first quarter of 2019 – many by hefty double-digit amounts and one that more than doubled its stock price. Take a look at which company's stock increased the most.

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Channel Stocks: Every Company Sees Share Price Gains In Q1

After a roller coaster end to 2018, stock markets in the first quarter of 2019 were generally 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.

So how did publicly held solution provider companies and distributors fair? Every one of the 27 companies on our watch list recorded stock price increases between the start of the year and March 29. Many of the companies had double-digit stock price gains and one more than doubled its price.

Several companies that had been on our list are gone, including Syntel, which was acquired by Atos in October, Black Box Network Services, which was acquired in January by AGC Networks Ltd., and CSRA, which was acquired by CACI International. Companies new to the list include Perspecta, EPAM Systems, Tyler Technologies, Quality Technology Services, CTG and Consolidated Communications.

Here's a look at how some of the biggest solution provider companies did in Q1, 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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