Elon Musk's electric carmaker, a company that makes outdoor decks, and an energy drink stock all share something in common: each of their stocks has returned more than 4,000% in the past decade, according to Bespoke Investment Group. The firm tracked which equities in the broad-encompassing Russell 3,000 have returned the most in the past 10 years. The results are in and one name gained a whopping 100,000%. The Russell 3,000 covers roughly 98% of publicly traded market capitalization in the U.S., the firm said. Just over 450 stocks in the average have seen total returns of more than 500% and just 151 have returned more than 1,000% in the past 10 years. Only 38 names have returned more than 2,000% and only 13 stocks are up more than 4,000%, Bespoke noted. Here's a list of the 10 best performing Russell 3,000 stocks over the last 10 years on a total return basis. Coming in at no. 1, Xpel has returned an impressive 106,028.6% since 2011, according to Bespoke. Xpel manufactures a protection film that protects surfaces like auto paints, home windows and boat interiors. Shares of Xpel are up nearly 49% in 2021. Earlier this month, Xpel reported second quarter revenue that grew to a record $68.7 million. Revenue increased 32.5% from its previous record level in the first quarter of this year. Energy drink maker Celsius Holdings is up 31,452.2% in a decade. The company now sells its beverages at 82,000 U.S. locations at places like Kroger, CVS, Rite Aid and SpeedWay. Beloved electric vehicle stock Tesla has returned 14,673.7% in the past 10 years. The vehicle company reported more than $1 billion in net income during the second quarter of this year , up tenfold from a year prior. Tesla reported $1.14 billion in (GAAP) net income for the quarter, the first time it has surpassed $1 billion. In the year-ago quarter, net income amounted to $104 million. " @elonmusk 's legendary Model S was still 10 months from launch ten years ago in August 2011, when TSLA shares were under $5 on a split-adjusted basis," Bespoke said in a tweet. Cryptocurrency stock GreenBox is up 13,891.8% in the past decade. The company claims to be "revolutionizing cashless transactions with Blockchain." Healthcare name Repligen and manufactured home company Patrick Industries are up 8,125.9% and 9,630.5%, respectively, in the past 10 years. Chip stock Nvidia is up 7,282.9% in a decade. Bespoke pointed out the Nvidia's market capitalization is now 2.5x the size of Intel 's. Shares of Nvidia are up 75% this year and Wall Street still sees the stock going higher. On Friday, Jefferies raised its price target on the stock to $260 from $223. "We have increased conviction that its data center business is accelerating, and that it continues to build out its software offerings, consistent with our thesis that NVDA is morphing into a Parallel Processing Ecosystem play," Jefferies' Mark Lipacis said in a note. Plus, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Nvidia is in a sector that is in "bull market mode" and is lead by "fabulous leadership." Nvidia is bidding to buy U.K.-based chip designer Arm from Japan's SoftBank for $40 billion, although there have been some roadblocks. "If Nvidia can purchase this Arm Holdings, if they can close on it, it will become the most important semiconductor company of our time," said Cramer. BioLife Solutions is up 6,313.8% since 2011. The company supplies products and services for gene and cell therapy. Trex — a company that makes non-wood decks — was just $2 per share in 2011. Ten years later the stock has returned nearly 5000% to trade around $110 per share. Other names like Mirati Therapeutics , which is a biotech company working on cancer therapeutics, appear on Bespoke's list. The stock is up 4,485.9% in the past decade.
A Tesla store in Beijing, China, on July 4, 2021.
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Elon Musk's electric carmaker, a company that makes outdoor decks, and an energy drink stock all share something in common: each of their stocks has returned more than 4,000% in the past decade, according to Bespoke Investment Group.