More than 1,000 stocks on the New York Stock Exchange hit fresh 52-week lows [CHARTS]

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More than 1,000 stocks on the New York Stock Exchange hit fresh 52-week lows [CHARTS]

The stock market rout continued Wednesday as more than 1,000 NYSE-listed stocks collapsed to fresh 52-week lows, the most since August 24, 2015. According to the Wall Street Journal, 96% of the stocks on the New York Stock Exchange are in the red. Netflix is down more than 6% after reporting earnings, dragging the S&P 500 even lower. All three major US market indices are down more than 2%, adding to what has been one of the worst starts to a year for the stock market in US history.

See the following visualizations to highlight the YTD performance of the major US market indices, the current day performance of the Vanguard Total Stock Market ETF, and the current day performance of Netflix.

Major U.S. Market Indices Value Over Time – YTD

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Vanguard Total Stock Market ETF (VTI) Stock Price – Current Day

 

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Netflix Inc. (NFLX) Stock Price – Current Day

 

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