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It's a rare thing for a stock to double in one year, but some prominent names pulled off the feat in 2014.
Skyworks had a number of positive headlines this year, including an increased dividend and inclusion in the iPhone 6.
Intercept had strong product news early in the year, while American and Southwest were the beneficiaries of renewed investor enthusiasm for airlines.
In fact, Southwest led the S&P 500 this year, while American led the Nasdaq 100.
Following is a list of 2014's leaders and laggards:
NASDAQ COMP +14%
RUSSELL 2K +4.3%
2014 BEST S&P SECTORS
2014 WORST S&P SECTORS
2014 DOW WINNERS
2014 DOW LAGGARDS
2014 S&P 500 WINNERS
2014 S&P 500 LAGGARDS
2014 NASDAQ 100 LEADERS
2014 NASDAQ 100 LAGGARDS