Mobile Ecosystem

Unicorn Dinosaurs: How mobile is fueling Fortune 1000 success

John Koetsier

Caterpillar doesn’t make giant earthmoving machinery. Exxon Mobil doesn’t sell gas. Home Depot doesn’t provide lumber and lawn mowers. Rather, they build relationships with customers — and solve people’s problems.

We correlated data on 90 billion installs and 4.5 billion ratings of more than 13,000 Fortune 1000 company apps to stock market valuations over time to learn how.


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Increasingly, it’s via mobile.

In fact, mobile leaders in the F1000 grow market value 15% faster than mobile laggards, and are 1.9X more likely to be financially successful. Caterpillar has 355,000 mobile-app-using customers; Exxon Mobil, over 400,000. And Home Depot? A massive 17.7 million. These companies are financial winners, capturing outsized stock price growth.

Why?

They connect with customers one-on-one at scale, giving them unmediated and instant communication channels: an unparalleled advantage over their competitors.

Sure, Google, Facebook, and Amazon lead the pack.

Google has over 73 billion mobile users in aggregate, and Facebook has just over 6 billion. Both grew fast in 2016: 18.5% and 35.4%, respectively. And Amazon, with more than 4X the number of mobile users than the entire rest of the retail industry, captured almost $102 billion more stock price growth than its competitors.

Google has 81% of all Fortune 1000 mobile app users, when aggregated by app

But some “old school” retail and manufacturing companies are winning, too.

Best Buy isn’t just bricks and mortar; the company has 50 million mobile users. Lowe’s has 6 million, and Costco is not far behind, as both companies transition existing customers to mobile. GM and Ford are not just competing to sell cars — they’re competing to connect to customers at scale, with almost 40 million mobile users between them.

All of these companies understand one thing: Winning at mobile means winning.

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What is a unicorn dinosaur?

Hot startups with billion-dollar valuations are unicorns. Old companies with conventional business models are dinosaurs. But some are neither.

In fact, they’re both.

Many Fortune 1000 companies have been around the block. They make actual, real, physical products. Their products are industrial, B2B, or resource-based. And yet, these companies have a modern mindset. They think deeply about technology. They build and deliver modern mobile apps. They ensure their websites work great on mobile devices.

In short, they understand MobileBest, even though they are not mobile first.

Mobile success to $$$ success: strong correlation

To probe the correlation between mobile success and financial success and find the Unicorn Dinosaurs, we gathered stock prices for Fortune 1000 firms in February, June, and October of 2016. We analyzed change from three to six-month performance, and we calculated each firm’s results over the mean. Finally, we sorted all Fortune 1000 companies into four categories based on relative financial performance.

After subtracting the 110 firms that are private or were acquired during the period of the study, here’s what we found:

  • Bulls: 211 companies
  • Leaders: 255 companies
  • Laggards: 241 companies
  • Bears: 183 companies

Next, we looked for all the apps for all Fortune 1000 companies, including 2,800 of their named subsidiaries. We found about 13,000 apps; then we determined the number of their users via the download bracket that Google Play publicizes, adding a representative additional number for iOS.

By degree of mobile success, we sorted companies into these categories:

  • Bulls: 268 companies
  • Leaders: 258 companies
  • Laggards: 175 companies
  • Bears: 189 companies

In addition, we used TUNE’s App Store Analytics data to find the number of reviews for each of those apps in order to judge engagement levels.

Then we compared the categories.

Mobile leader valuations outpace mobile laggards 8-15%

From our research, it’s clear that MobileBest companies are financially successful. In fact, Fortune 1000 companies that are top 10 in their business category in number of mobile customers significantly outperformed the market.

For the 12-month period ending in October 2016, average Fortune 1000 stock market valuation change was a very slight lift: 3.3%. In other words, late 2015 and early 2016 was a fairly tough time, economically speaking, before the stock market rebounded mid-year:

But companies that outperformed competitors at mobile customer acquisition fared considerably better.

For example, Fortune 1000 firms that led in mobile customers (with a minimum floor of 5,000) beat competitors by 15.1% in terms of stock market value. Brands with at least 50 ratings per app — not a huge task, one would think — beat brands who didn’t engage well with customers on mobile by 14.1%.

And companies that simply had more than five apps outperformed others by 8.5%.

There are some industries, such as retail, internet services, news, and other consumer-oriented categories where this aligns easily with common sense. The smartphone is our collective gateway to global culture, information, services, and supplies, and winning on this platform should have a strong impact on winning with customers.

However, there is no compelling reason to suppose that consumer mobile penetration should be aligned with business success in many other Fortune 1000 business categories. For example, being MobileBest is not obviously an important priority for companies in chemical, energy, engineering/construction, metals, and mining businesses.

And yet, likely because investing in new technology is a reasonable proxy for businesses that are successful, we still see alignment.

Mobile bulls: 193% more likely to be $$$ bulls

If a company is succeeding in mobile, it’s not a guarantee of financial success.

However, the firm is almost 2X more likely to be a financial bull or leader, compared to mobile bears. In fact, 65.4% of companies that demonstrate financial success are also leading their business category in mobile customers.

Examples include 3M, Amazon, AT&T, and Best Buy. Joining Best Buy in the retail space is CDW, and there are resource companies such as Exxon Mobil here as well. Interestingly, Exxon Mobil has over 400,000 mobile customers.

Along with Exxon Mobil, perhaps one of the more unlikely examples is Caterpillar, which combines serious heavy-duty engineering with mobile apps for service, sales, and support. About 355,000 people are using Caterpillar apps on their phones, which they use not only to order parts, but also to inspect machinery for defects and servicing requirements.

Another example that breaks the typical mold of mobile-first companies like Uber or Facebook is DTE Energy, a Detroit-based power company.

This utility’s app, called DTE Inspect, allows customers to see their power consumption in real time, set and track monthly electricity usage goals, and test ways to reduce power consumption.

Successfully reaching customers on mobile doesn’t guarantee success, but it certainly improves a company’s odds.

The opposite does happen, but about half as often. Only 34.6% of companies combine mobile failure and financial success, indicating that mobile success and financial success relative to your competition tend to go hand in hand.

Interestingly, a company does not have to be a complete category dominator in mobile to see strong financial benefits. Our classification into Bulls, Leaders, Laggards, and Bears shows that even leaders in their categories get almost the same degree of benefit. In fact, 65.1% of companies that fell into the financial leadership category also place in the top and second ranks of mobile success.

Mobile bears: 20% chance of being $$$ bulls

Companies that are bears in mobile, ranking near the bottom of their categories, have a 19.7% chance of still succeeding at growing shareholder value. That compares unfavorably to mobile bulls, who have a 37.9% chance.

The Fortune 1000 is still heavily weighted to manufacturing, resource, utility, food, and pharmaceutical companies, however, and these are not all obviously improved with mobile technology — or even customer-facing technology. (Although there are clear examples of how, given different structures, they could be. For example, the Pfizer app to help you manage all your medication.)

So it makes sense that even mobile bears still have about a one in five shot of significantly growing shareholder value as a financial bull.

Mobile multipliers by industry

As mentioned earlier, we categorized businesses into one of four groups on both financial and mobile scales:

  • Bulls
  • Leaders
  • Laggards
  • Bears

Each business has a 1 in 4 chance of being in any individual category financially, and the same probability for being in any given category for mobile success. That means there’s a 1 in 16 chance, or 6% probability, that a company would land in the same category for both measures … if everything was left up to chance.

However, many companies did land in the exact same category for both measures, meaning that there is some degree of correlation between their mobile efforts and their financial results.

I call that probability the “mobile multiplier.”

Life insurance companies, for instance, have a mobile multiplier of 10, meaning that 60% of companies in the sector exactly match financial to mobile category. Outsourcing services have a 7.14 multiplier, with about a 43% matching rate. And telecoms have a 3.92 mobile multiplier, with a 24% match rate.

The higher the mobile multiplier, the stronger the correlation between mobile success (or failure) and financial success (or failure).

This is a very tough standard to meet, because a mobile bull could be a financial leader, which is close to a financial bull, or a mobile laggard could be a financial bear, and still not match. In fact, only 37% of companies match categories exactly. If we allow fuzzy matches, in which a category “matches” any other category one place away, the match rate increases to a staggering 83%.

But that is a lower standard.

Summing up: correlation, not causation

In general, mobile leaders see outsized valuation growth.

More apps, with more users, and particularly more engagement, ultimately results in a better opportunity to connect to customers, distribute digital product, promote real-world goods, understand product-market fit, and promote brand.

The biggest indicator right now is simply: Does a company invest in mobile?

Companies that do realize 8-15% higher stock market returns than companies that do not. Ultimately, that’s not surprising: Investing in technology and investing in customers is generally a smart path to growth.

Clearly, this is correlation, not causation. Taking this relationship too far would be dangerous: companies cannot fix bad product, bad marketing, and bad customer service just by releasing 20 new apps.

But just as clearly, close connections to customers are good for business.

Mobile is the “three-foot device,” the most personal computer that never leaves our sides, even at night. Touching prospects and customers where they are, in the moments that matter, makes good business sense for everyone.

Drilling deeper: key companies and categories

The big picture

Industries by apps

Perhaps not surprisingly, publishers and printers release a very large number of apps, almost an order of magnitude more than the closest following industries: Computer Software, Financial Data Services, and Internet Services and Retailing.

Mobile apps by Fortune 1000 business categories

 

This is almost entirely due to Gannett, the largest newspaper publishing company in the U.S., which has published no fewer than 5,729 apps — mostly on Android — for each of its publications, plus apps for myriad niche interests for each of those publications.

Publishing apps, however, is not the same thing as getting users.

For all its efforts, Gannet has amassed an audience of only about 10,000 users per app, totaling just over 60 million. Active engaged audience size is, of course, the key, and that’s what matters most.

Industries by users

The industry that by far owns mobile users is Internet Services and Retailing. This category contains the behemoths of the mobile ecosystem, Google and Facebook. LinkedIn is here too, as is IAC (InterActiveCorp), Yahoo, eBay, Amazon, and Groupon.

Altogether, this business category has 83 billion aggregated users — 91% of all mobile users for all Fortune 1000 companies. Given what we’ve already seen, it won’t shock you that Google is tops, with 88% of all the mobile users in Internet Services and Retailing, and 81% of all Fortune 1000 mobile app users.

Fortune 1000 business categories by number of mobile users

Note that in this chart, Entertainment, Computer Software, and Internet Services and Retailing are displayed in exponential notation. If they were not, these bars would extend far off the chart.

Without the massive Internet Services and Retailing category, here’s what the Fortune 1000 looks like in terms of mobile users by category:

Fortune 1000: mobile users by business category

Google, Facebook, Amazon: mobile rulers

Google: one company owns 80% of F1K mobile users

Google, or Alphabet as the company is now known, is the world’s second most valuable company. Depending on Apple’s yet-to-be-released plans in the areas of artificial intelligence, mixed reality, and smarthome/IoT, Google is potentially on track to displace Apple.

There’s a reason for that trajectory.

Top F1000 companies by number of mobile users

Google has 12X more apps on phones than its closest rival, Facebook. In fact, if you add up all the apps it has on all phones globally, Google has an aggregated total of 74 billion users before de-duplication. That’s 80.35% of all mobile users for all Fortune 1000 companies.

And that’s one app for every single person on the planet, 10 times over.

(Facebook, on the other hand, concentrates its users into four main apps: Facebook, Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp.)

How does Google achieve this massive number?

Simple. The company has at least 334 mobile apps, several of which have more than a billion users each. Average them out, and the typical Google app has 220 million users. This is unprecedented scale and penetration.

It’s good to be king, and it’s good to own the world’s biggest mobile platform. In the period we studied the market, Google grew in valuation by a very healthy 18.47%.

Alphabet Inc’s stock value growth was significant in 2016 (source: Google Finance)

That’s significant for any company, but it’s especially significant for Google. The company’s market capitalization is currently $578 billion. Serious double-digit growth on market caps in the hundred billion dollar and up range is not normal.

Facebook: monetizes 4X better than the best

Facebook doesn’t have anywhere near the number of mobile users, counted per app install, that Google has. Owning the world’s dominant mobile ecosystem has its advantages.

But Facebook currently monetizes much better than Google on its smaller base.

Facebook: number of mobile app users

Facebook currently has about 6.1 billion users for its various apps, primarily Facebook, Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp. Google easily has 12X more users, bringing in $90 billion in annual revenue from them.

But Facebook monetizes each user almost 4X better. With its $27.6 billion in revenue, Facebook is making $4.51 in annual revenue per user versus Google’s $1.22. That’s amazing effectiveness via greater efficiency on a smaller base, since Facebook does it with essentially four apps.

Another way of looking at it is that Facebook has developed the ability to connect advertisers and consumers at scale with a level of intimacy that surpasses Google, and Google has to make up the deep engagement factor in Facebook’s few apps by spreading engagement thinner on a wider layer of apps.

Facebook v Google: revenue/user v number of aggregate users

The future winner between Google and Facebook — if indeed it’s a battle — will be decided by Google’s ability to monetize each user better in the thin layers, perhaps by going deeper in some select number of them, and Facebook’s ability to continue to scale its services while not overloading its apps’ ad-serving carrying capacity.

And, of course, by growing its aggregate number of users.

As it is, Facebook grew its market value 35.4% during this study — almost double Google’s rate. Again, the number is significant, but even more significant is that Facebook is not some tiny startup where any growth sends the dial shooting up. Facebook currently has a market capitalization of $408.3 billion. This is no longer a small company.

Facebook’s stock value growth was significant in 2016 (source: Google Finance)

Amazon: 440% more mobile customers than all of its competition combined

Amazon is a force of nature in commerce. It is eating almost all the growth in retail in multiple categories, and there’s an obvious reason why: more than 700 million mobile users across its entire mobile ecosystem.

That’s 4.4X all of its competitors in the General Merchandising category and the Specialty Retailers: Apparel category.

Amazon v the world: mobile customers

The result has been that Amazon’s stock has appreciated much more than all of its retail competitors.

In fact, in the 12 months of data we gathered for this report, Amazon stock increased in value $102 billion more than all of its competitors and captured almost 6X more value growth.

Amazon v retail: stock value increase

To compete, retail companies are going to have to work harder to reach their customers one-on-one via mobile and provide a better experience.

Amazon has always been a special company on the stock market. Founder Jeff Bezos has had an almost uncanny knack for reinvesting all (and sometimes more than all) of the company’s profits back into product development and market extension, rarely choosing to show the market a profit.

In the past two years, however, the giant’s growth has been too significant to ignore, and investors have decided to reward the company with significant valuation increases. In the period of this study, Amazon stock jumped 43.5% … for a company with a current market cap of $429.8 billion.

Amazon’s stock value growth was impressive in 2016 (source: Google Finance)

Category examples: planes, trains, and automobiles

Aerospace and Defense

We see the investing-in-new-technology proxy in action in the Aerospace and Defense category.

Here, there’s no particular reason why the top five companies in terms of mobile users should also be doing well in the stock market. Virtually no consumers, after all, need Boeing’s app on their phones (although maintenance and repair personnel might).

And yet, there’s strong correlation between mobile investment and business success.

Company Apps Mobile users Users/app Financials
Rockwell Collins 16 159,978 9,999 WINNING
Boeing 12 66,834 5,570 WINNING
Raytheon 13 66,030 5,079 WINNING
Lockheed Martin 6 34,839 5,807 BULL
Northrop Grumman 4 6,555 1,639 BULL
Textron 7 4,710 673 LOSING
L-3 Communications 2 1,050 525 LOSING
AAR 2 30 15 LOSING

(Note that financial performance is relative to competitors. Being a “bull” does not necessarily mean the company is doing well in absolute terms.)

Car Sales and Service

A category where mobile success is more obviously connected to financial success is Car Sales and Service.

Here, three of the top four companies in terms of mobile penetration are also winning in the stock market, while three of the bottom five are losing.

Company Apps Mobile users Users/app Financials
CarMax 3 4,871,352 1,623,784 WINNING
Avis 4 2,429,696 607,424 BULL
AutoNation 3 81,582 27,194 LOSING
Sonic Automotive 1 65,412 65,412 WINNING
Penske Automotive Group 0 0 0 BULL
Group 1 Automotive 0 0 0 LOSING
Asbury Automotive Group 0 0 0 BEAR
Lithia Motors 0 0 0 WINNING
Rush Enterprises 0 0 0 BEAR

(Note that financial performance is relative to competitors. Being a “bull” does not necessarily mean the company is doing well in absolute terms.)

Financial Data Services

Financial Data Services is a hybrid of both.

Clearly, there are circumstances where personal financial tools on mobile devices can be game-changers. But just as clearly, sheer technological prowess is going to serve a modern financial services company well.

Three of the top four financial services companies in mobile are also winning in stock price growth. Only two of the bottom nine in mobile are also winning financially.

Company Apps Mobile users Users/app Financials
Western Union 7 6,595,029 942,147 WINNING
MasterCard 64 5,411,856 84,560 WINNING
Fiserv 516 3,431,010 6,649 BULL
Heartland Payment Systems 32 1,286,706 40,210 BULL
Equifax 9 951,243 105,694 BULL
Visa 46 806,595 17,535 LOSING
First Data 12 569,121 47,427 BEAR
Vantiv 6 37,350 6,225 WINNING
IHS 18 27,069 1,504 BEAR
DST Systems 2 16,353 8,177 LOSING
Fidelity National Information Services 1 300 300 LOSING
Alliance Data Systems 1 30 30 BEAR
McGraw Hill Financial 0 0 0 BEAR
SunGard Data Systems 0 0 0 BEAR
Broadridge Financial Solutions 0 0 0 BULL
Global Payments 0 0 0 WINNING
Total System Services 1 0 0 LOSING

(Note that financial performance is relative to competitors. Being a “bull” does not necessarily mean the company is doing well in absolute terms.)

Entertainment

Entertainment is a fairly good example of MobileBest in action.

Five of the top seven MobileBest companies — including Walt Disney and Time Warner — are also financially successful, in terms of stock market valuation growth. Four of the bottom five, including AMC and 21st Century Fox, are challenged.

 

Company Apps Mobile users Users/app Financials
Walt Disney 83 570,897,081 6,878,278 BULL
Time Warner 159 289,375,000 1,819,969 WINNING
iHeartMedia 7 273,488,002 39,069,715 BEAR
Viacom 106 191,040,723 1,802,271 WINNING
CBS 19 119,028,185 6,264,641 WINNING
Discovery Communications 140 35,000,000 250,000 LOSING
Liberty Media 2 6,543,000 3,271,500 BULL
Scripps Networks Interactive 18 5,670,000 315,000 BULL
Regal Entertainment Group 2 4,987,361 2,493,681 BULL
Cinemark Holdings 2 4,309,369 2154684.5 LOSING
Live Nation Entertainment 2 4,002,820 2,001,410 WINNING
Tribune Media 46 4,002,000 87,000 BEAR
AMC Networks 2 3,459,731 1729865.5 LOSING
Twenty-First Century Fox 0 0 0 LOSING

(Note that financial performance is relative to competitors. Being a “bull” does not necessarily mean the company is doing well in absolute terms.)

Clearly, however, there’s also a solid middle suite of companies, like Regal, Scripps, and Cinemark, that are not clear mobile winners … but are currently doing very well for their shareholders.

They’d be well-advised to double down on mobile, however, because this is a category under siege from GAFA.

Google, Apple, Facebook, and Amazon (GAFA), all of which are extreme examples of MobileBest, are deeply invading traditional entertainment companies’ space (i.e. music and movies). Relatively recent and small new media competitors like Netflix, Spotify, and Pandora are right on their heels.

What’s significant about Netflix, Spotify, Pandora, and other similar startups? Mobile and connected device apps featuring strong one-to-one relationships with customers who, by using those apps, give these brands broad and deep understanding into their preferences and behavior. Which, of course, those companies invest right back into improving their services.

Breaking that virtuous cycle is hard, and will only get harder over time.

Hotels, Casinos, Resorts

There are counter-examples as well. Or, at least, examples that are not entirely clear-cut.

Hotels, Casinos, and Resorts is one such category.

One the one hand, this industry is an obvious scenario where a one-to-one connection with customers on mobile should lead directly to financial success. Players in this space with significant mobile prowess should be able to understand customers better, meet their needs at a more personal level, and implement high-tech solutions, such as guest access to suites via apps on their phones.

However, that’s not clearly happening here.

Company Apps Mobile users Users/app Financials
Marriott International 12 11,204,520 933,710 BULL
Hilton Worldwide Holdings 17 5,100,897 300,053 LOSING
MGM Resorts International 33 2,047,446 62,044 WINNING
Starwood Hotels & Resorts 2 1,250,983 625,492 LOSING
Wyndham Hotel Group 14 544,124 38,866 LOSING
Hyatt Hotels 2 463,321 231,661 WINNING
Caesars Entertainment 1 300,000 300,000 BULL
Las Vegas Sands 16 86,982 5,436 BULL
Wynn Resorts 4 51,450 12,863 WINNING
Boyd Gaming 0 0 0 BEAR
Penn National Gaming 0 0 0 BEAR

(Note that financial performance is relative to competitors. Being a “bull” does not necessarily mean the company is doing well in absolute terms.)

While two of the top three by mobile users are financially successful and two of the bottom three are challenged, there’s clearly significant counter-trend examples. Starwood and Hilton experienced some headwinds in 2016 financially, in spite of being fairly high up on the list of mobile success stories.

One positive for Starwood: Although the company was classified as losing in our early to mid-year financial analysis, the firm did manage to pull out an overall positive 2016 on the stock market.

The lesson, however, is simple: Being mobile-savvy specifically and technologically savvy in general is good, but it’s not everything. Macro and micro business conditions matter.

Specialty Retailers: Other

Specialty Retailers: Other is a 43-company category with players like Costco, Home Depot, Best Buy, GameStop, and Netflix. It is 91% aligned (financial success versus mobile leaders).

Highlights include Netflix, with over 500 million mobile users and winning financial performance. Home Depot, with 17.7 million, is also doing extremely well, and GameStop has an extremely robust mobile strategy which has propelled that retailer to success.

Here are the top 15 in the category.

Company Apps Mobile users Users/app Financials
Netflix 7 509,190,348 72,741,478 WINNING
Best Buy 5 49,223,241 9,844,648 BULL
Home Depot 8 17,747,949 2,218,494 BULL
GameStop 5 6,243,540 1,248,708 WINNING
Lowe’s 13 6,047,550 465,196 BULL
Costco Wholesale 4 5,685,405 1,421,351 WINNING
AutoZone 2 5,036,304 2,518,152 BULL
Tiffany 3 4,905,858 1,635,286 LOSING
Staples 11 2,233,716 203,065 LOSING
RadioShack 8 1,445,128 180,641 BEAR
Bed Bath & Beyond 2 825,000 412,500 LOSING
Office Depot 5 704,697 140,939 WINNING
Cabela’s 2 600,000 300,000 LOSING
hhgregg 8 547,374 68,422 WINNING
Murphy USA 2 527,907 263,954 BULL

(Note that financial performance is relative to competitors. Being a “bull” does not necessarily mean the company is doing well in absolute terms.)

Motor Vehicles and Parts

Motor Vehicles and Parts is a 25-company category with 88% alignment between mobile success and financial success. Players include the obvious, like General Motors, Ford, and Tesla, as well as Johnson Controls, WABCO Holdings, and American Axle & Manufacturing.

GM is a highlight here, with an industry-leading 6.2 million mobile users and bullish financial performance. Despite its tiny size, Tesla has the third-most mobile users.

Tesla is also an example of the limits of this kind of purely analytical analysis.

The company is successful in mobile, but its stock valuation trends land it in the losing group. However, anyone familiar with the automotive industry is aware that Tesla is perhaps the most interesting medium to long-term play in the space.

Here are the top 15 in the category.

Company Apps Mobile users Users/app Financials
General Motors 200 6,202,536 31,013 BULL
Ford Motor Company 49 3,188,961 65,081 WINNING
Tesla Motors 2 272,658 136,329 LOSING
Tenneco 2 33,000 16,500 WINNING
Visteon 18 29,862 1,659 BULL
Goodyear Tire & Rubber 25 25,557 1,022 BULL
Navistar International 5 17,064 3,413 BEAR
Johnson Controls 16 9,615 601 WINNING
WABCO Holdings 2 3,000 1,500 LOSING
Autoliv 1 300 300 BULL
Allison Transmission Holdings 1 300 300 LOSING
Paccar 0 0 0 WINNING
Lear 0 0 0 WINNING
BorgWarner 0 0 0 BEAR

(Note that financial performance is relative to competitors. Being a “bull” does not necessarily mean the company is doing well in absolute terms.)

Specialty Retailers: Apparel

Specialty Retailers: Apparel is an example of what can happen to a category when a black swan event happens.

In a word: disaster.

The industry is tough enough already. Out of 19 companies, 10 lost significant amounts of stock market value over the 12 months of the study, and one was delisted. Two are not traded publicly, and one was acquired, so the available financial data on the majority of these companies is limited.

Only three of the top six are winning mobile customers and outperforming their competition financially.

Here are the top 15 in the category.

Company Apps Mobile users Users/app Financials
Gap 6 23,393,436 3,898,906 LOSING
Abercrombie & Fitch 4 9,932,919 2,483,230 BULL
American Eagle Outfitters 6 5,621,249 936,875 LOSING
Foot Locker 2 3,333,333 1,666,667 WINNING
Urban Outfitters 3 3,044,000 1,014,667 WINNING
Caleres 1 295,776 295,776 LOSING
Ascena Retail Group 4 150,000 22,500 BEAR
Express 1 300 300 WINNING
TJX 0 0 0 BULL
L Brands 0 0 0 WINNING
Ross Stores 0 0 0 BULL
Burlington Stores 0 0 0 BULL
Genesco 0 0 0 LOSING
Chico’s FAS 0 0 0 WINNING
DSW 0 0 0 LOSING

(Note that financial performance is relative to competitors. Being a “bull” does not necessarily mean the company is doing well in absolute terms.)

But the mobile-win-equals-financial-win theory breaks down in Apparel with many of the companies. For instance, while Gap is doing well with mobile, as are American Eagle Outfitters and Caleres, they’re still losing financially.

And bottom-feeders in the mobile world like Burlington, Ross, and TJX have no visible mobile apps and no measureable users, but are outperforming many of their competitors.

Why?

For the same reason as the General Retail category: Amazon. Amazon is eating retail. As visible in the chart, Amazon dwarfs all other specialty retailers in number of mobile users, and has also done extremely well in terms of financial performance.

Specialty retailers: stock price versus mobile users

Bear in mind that while Ross and Burlington look close to Amazon’s performance in this chart, Amazon is close to a $300B company while Ross and Burlington have $22B and $6B market caps, respectively.

In other words, they are barely even comparable.

A $300B company with 43.5% stock price inflation over the course of a single year is nothing short of spectacular.

Burlington, Ross, and TJX are outperforming their apparel retail sector competitors because they are tackling a specific piece of the market: low-end retail. This works well in big-box scenarios, and hits primarily a low-value market segment that isn’t necessarily focused on e-commerce or m-commerce.

So these players, in other words, are avoiding the Amazon effect … for now.

To win, not only does Amazon follow the maxim of “meet your customers where they are,” — which often means mobile — but the retail giant makes it seamless. In addition, Amazon adapts to changing market realities quickly, which some brands such as Aeropostale have failed to do consistently.

Mobile enables not only an intimate, one-to-one brand-to-consumer relationship. It also creates the ability to change strategies more quickly due to more accessible first-party real-time data and analytics on what’s working and what is not working, what is hot and what is passé. Both are particularly important in the fast-paced world of retail.

The result?

Millennials buy more clothes on Amazon than any other retailer; double what they buy at Nordstrom, and triple what they buy at Old Navy.

Amazon sells more clothes to millennials than anyone else

General Merchandisers

General Merchandisers is a somewhat similar category with 12 competitors who are are even more directly affected by Amazon, since many of them sell packaged goods with little or no differentiation: Walmart, Target, Sears, Nordstrom, JCPenney, and so on.

Almost the only retailers who saw significant stock price valuation growth in 2016 were those who have significant numbers of mobile users. Note, I’ve put Amazon into this category in spite of the fact that Fortune classifies the company as Internet Services and Retailing.

Retailers: stock price v mobile users

Here are the core players:

Company Apps Mobile users Users/app Financials
Target 19 111,991,422 5,894,285 WINNING
Wal-Mart Stores 15 92,421,826 6,161,455 BULL
Kohl’s 2 11,250,000 5,625,000 LOSING
Sears Holdings 16 10,609,542 663,096 LOSING
Nordstrom 6 6,439,119 1,073,187 LOSING
Macy’s 13 3,575,257 82,712 WINNING
J.C. Penney 4 1,816,939 454,235 BULL
Bon-Ton Stores 14 329,151 23,511 BEAR
Dollar General 0 0 0 WINNING
Family Dollar Stores 0 0 0 BEAR
Dillard’s 0 0 0 BULL

(Note that financial performance is relative to competitors. Being a “bull” does not necessarily mean the company is doing well in absolute terms.)

While Target and Walmart are growing, Kohl’s, Sears, and Nordstrom are struggling. Macy’s has its own challenges, of course, but is still ranked above some of its competitors in financials.

Apparel

You can’t just buy success in mobile when it’s not core to your brand or your product.

Apparel has had a tough 2016, with only four of 14 Fortune 1000 companies’ stock actually rising. The losers include the two mobile giants of the apparel category, Nike and Under Armour, which are down 21% and 62% respectively, even though both companies appear — on the surface — to be successful on mobile.

The problem is that mobile is not yet core to the value proposition that apparel companies offer to most of their customers.

While Under Armour bought MyFitnessPal in 2015 for $475 million, and has 15 other apps with a total combined audience of well over 200 million users, and Nike has 18 apps with over 100 million users, they are mostly running and fitness apps. The companies’ core brand demographic may actually use them, but many who are in the market for shoes, apparel, and sports equipment do not.

Apparel brands: mobile users v stock price

Mobile apps are not yet core to apparel brands’ customer experiences in the same way that Amazon’s mobile app is to its retail experience. Even app users who might be more likely to choose a Nike shoe because they’re using a Nike app, could easily be seduced into getting a Reebok.

Company Apps Mobile users Users/app Financials
Under Armour 16 278,410,916 17,400,682 LOSING
Nike 18 120,590,034 6,699,446 LOSING
Ralph Lauren 2 6,324,345 3,162,173 BEAR
Columbia Sportswear 4 640,611 160,153 LOSING
Fossil Group 12 365,000 30,417 WINNING
Guess 2 137,876 68,938 LOSING
Coach 2 49,059 24,530 WINNING
PVH 4 30,330 7,583 BEAR
VF 0 0 0 BEAR
Hanesbrands 0 0 0 BEAR
Carter’s 0 0 0 LOSING
Wolverine World Wide 0 0 0 LOSING
Skechers U.S.A. 0 0 0 WINNING
G-III Apparel Group 0 0 0 BEAR

(Note that financial performance is relative to competitors. Being a “bull” does not necessarily mean the company is doing well in absolute terms.)

An important caveat:

Nike and Under Armour, the only two apparel companies with significant numbers of mobile users, may actually have much better performance than appears in early 2016 comparative data alone. Each company has been on a tear over the past half decade, with Nike producing average annual shareholder returns of 25.5% from 2010 to 2014, and Under Armour producing even better at 58.4% for the same period.

Nothing goes up forever, though; in the tough headwinds of early 2016, these two stocks were hammered.

But it’s likely the fundamentals are still solid.

What is MobileBest?

It’s clear that MobileBest companies are financially successful.

But we should explain what we mean by MobileBest and why it matters, beyond the financials. Very simply, it means what’s best for the customer is what’s best for the brand.

It’s not mobile first, necessarily, and it’s not mobile only.

And it’s not just about apps, either.

Rather, it’s an understanding that mobile is now the primary interface between people and the digital world … and the digital world is becoming a larger and larger portion of our existence, period. It’s a determination to meet customers where they are: to use apps where appropriate, mobile web where it makes sense, integrations into other mobile properties when opportunities present themselves, and desktop when the task demands.

That deserves a little unpacking.

Mobile is not a channel

Email is a channel. Social is a channel. Apps are a channel, as is web, whether mobile or desktop. Display advertising could be considered a channel, and search marketing another.

Outdoor marketing, webinars, events, sales, trade shows — these could all be considered channels.

Mobile is the new ecosystem … with channels living in it

Mobile, on the other hand, is not a channel. Mobile is where these channels live.

Recent research from CITI indicates that 68% of our digital media time is spent on mobile. That means we’re using apps, sure, but it also means we’re watching video, messaging friends, reading and composing email, and surfing the web … on mobile. And that 68% will be 75% next year, 78% the year after, and so on as it grows.

Mobile is the ecosystem. Channels live inside the mobile universe.

MobileBest is the path to growth

At a recent conference, Seth Godin said that “all the billion-dollar brands of the last decade have a personal one-to-one connection with their customers.”

Those billion-dollar brands include Facebook, Airbnb, Warby Parker, Zappos, PayPal, and Instagram. A quick look at Fortune’s Unicorn List shows similar names: Uber, Snapchat, Flipkart, Didi Kuaidi (China’s Uber), and Pinterest.

How does a company have a one-to-one connection with their customers at scale?

Via mobile: either in-app, or in authenticated, logged-in mobile web.

The most personal computing device of all is the phone, and the phone is the device that’s never more than 3 feet from most people most of the time. The brands that walk alongside their customers and live in their customers’ purses know the most about their customers, have the deepest engagement with them, and the largest share of wallet.

In short: they experience the greatest success, thanks to MobileBest.

Few companies are fully prepared

In spite of the massive opportunity mobile represents, many companies are not prepared, and not preparing fast enough. According to an Adobe study of 4,000 marketing pros, only 20% of companies currently have a mobile marketing strategy for the coming year.

Most companies do not have an up-to-date mobile strategy

That’s in spite of the fact that 63% of companies in the Adobe study think the quality of customer experience on mobile is more critical than on desktop … and in spite of the fact that almost half of their digital traffic now comes from mobile.

In addition, when TUNE asked a thousand marketers in March of 2017 if they were able to measure and manage all the data on how prospects and customers interact with their brand, only 8% said yes.

8% of marketers can measure the customer journey

Companies that want to win will need to address this, and quickly.

Today, every company is a tech company

There used to be technology companies and non-technology companies. Today, almost every company is a tech company, or it’s not in business for long.

Five of the top six companies by market capitalization are currently “tech companies.”

  • Apple
  • Alphabet (Google)
  • Microsoft
  • Berkshire Hathaway
  • Amazon
  • Facebook

But as IBM’s Rob Thomas says, “With the emergence of cloud, digital, machine learning, and analytics … the traditional business models, cash flows, and unit economics are under pressure.”

AngelList’s Naval Ravikant puts it well: “Competing without software is like competing without electricity.”

With the 6 billion global smartphones marker within sight, and the vast majority of human culture moving to digital storage and mobile-centric transmission, we are solidly in the data era. And that has implications.

“This is the end of ‘tech companies.’ The era of ‘tech companies’ is over; there are only ‘companies,’ steeped in technology, that will survive.”
 – Rob Thomas, General Manager, IBM Analytics

Reinvestment and change are the only options. Keeping the status quo is the most risky move you can make.

Becoming MobileBest: How brands can achieve it

Mobile success, like financial success, doesn’t happen by accident. MobileBest companies know what to do to make it more likely.

Understand the customer journey

Every brand needs a marketing system of record.

Customers are spending almost three quarters of their digital media time on mobile. They’re time-shifting TV and watching Netflix. And they’re still using laptops during the day for work, or for more in-depth product research at home.

Mobile is growing; desktop is shrinking

Globally, the crossover happened late last year. And it hasn’t slowed down.

Marketing executives need to understand the customer journey in a complex, mobile, multi-device, and multi-platform world. Customers may use your app, or they may visit your mobile-friendly website, or they may reach out via a messaging app. In fact, they’re likely to do all three. They expect you to know them, be responsive to them, and be able to serve them in a contextually rich way, however they choose to connect.

How do you do that?

Via a marketing system of record that measures and manages all the data associated with both prospect and customer connections to your brand.

Here’s how Liz Miller, Senior Vice President of the CMO Council, puts it:

“We need that open-stack umbrella that will bring all these points into convergence … this is the biggest thing in the next 12 months.

It’s a new category of stack, customer technology, the revtech stack. I have my marketing operations, I have my advertising, now I have to look at revenue … .

How do I take all my marketing and advertising, and see how it all turns into revenue, in unified metrics and measurement, with real-time data.”

Liz Miller is SVP Marketing for the CMO Council, and was formerly SVP at GlobalFluency

Mobile time and activity is only increasing. Platform, media, and messaging channel complexity is following.

Smart CMOs will get ahead of the change by implementing their own marketing system of record.

Build for your customer

Know when to use apps. Know when to use web.

Understanding the customer journey is step one. Building for it is step two.

In mature markets like Europe and the U.S., the app gold rush is over. In fact, it probably peaked in late 2014 — an Adobe report suggests that from 2015 on app install velocity has slowed 5% in Europe, and a staggering 38% in the U.S. It is, of course, very important to contextualize that data: it’s from just 1,000 apps, and Adobe customers are likely to be enterprise companies or big brands.

In other words, it’s not representative.

App install velocity has slowed

At the same time, mobile web traffic to those big company websites has jumped considerably: 156% in Europe, and 69% in the U.S.

Apps are still desperately important because there is no other medium available that can deliver customer insights, customer engagement, and customer share-of-wallet the way apps can. There are also very few other ways to provide instant and real-time updates to your customers on a one-to-one basis.

Apps are for your most engaged customers

As the top mobile marketer at GameSpot told me, his mobile-app-using customers are more valuable than top level customers in the company’s loyalty program.

But not everyone is going to install an app for every brand they do business with. In fact, very few will.

So your mobile web experience needs to be top-notch. New technologies such as Google’s Android Instant Apps and Progressive Web Apps are increasingly good options, and Progressive Web Apps now allow for deep integration into Android, including the opportunity to deliver push notifications and to store some data locally for native-like speed and experience.

Mobile web is for prospects, casual customers … and some loyalists.

Three years ago, mobile web was a poor third cousin twice removed of the mobile app: under-powered, unappealing, and neglected. Today it’s clear that web is top-of-funnel, where app is bottom-of-funnel. Web is discovery; app is loyalty. But the web is working its way up, and we’re seeing more customers who prefer to go web-exclusive.

Apps? Yes. Mobile web? You bet.

Experiment and do the best thing for your customers, regardless of the medium? Absolutely.

This is what Scott Brinker has to say about web versus apps:

“In aggregate it almost doesn’t matter.

What touchpoints are going to be best in context of a specific company and its customers is the question.

And the choices will be more than just web and mobile apps … e.g., conversational user interfaces.”

Scott Brinker is “Chief Martec” as well as CTO and co-founder of Ion Interactive

Beat the competition

Be easier than the competition. Be more friendly.

Beating the competition is the goal. Ultimately, everything you’ve done to build a unique brand plays to your advantage. Everything you’ve done to differentiate your product boosts your appeal.

Becoming MobileBest is about using those advantages while:

  1. Being easier to do business with
  2. Over-indexing on customer centricity
  3. Getting one-on-one at scale with your customers

Brands can achieve all of these goals by meeting customers where they are: on mobile.

That might mean an app, for your most dedicated customers. That might mean mobile web. It could be an Alexa Skill or a Google Action, excellent voice-first options for helping customers get information and manage services in their homes. It could be via a Siri integration, ensuring that customers can speak their requests to a friendly voice wherever they are.

Easier. Customer-centric. One-on-one.

In the first part of this report, we saw how companies that are mobile leaders improve valuations by 8-15% more than mobile laggards. We also saw that companies that are the best of the best in mobile are almost twice as likely to be extremely successful financially as well, while the worst have only a 20% chance.

There are many things a company needs to be to be successful. Today, mobile is clearly one of them.


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Appendices

Fortune 1000 companies by key financials

Rank Company Industry 6-month gain/loss: Feb 2016 6-month gain/loss: June 2016 12-month gain/loss: Oct 2016
1 Wal-Mart Stores General Merchandisers -9.39% 17.58% 16.18%
2 Exxon Mobil Petroleum Refining -4.05% 10.33% 5.15%
3 Chevron Petroleum Refi

ning

-5.30% 11.53% 10.97%
4 Berkshire Hathaway Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) -10.56% 6.29% 7.52%
5 Apple Computers, Office Equipment -22.55% -14.82% 4.95%
6 General Motors Motor Vehicles and Parts -5.41% -13.75% -3.35%
7 Phillips 66 Petroleum Refining -1.61% -12.13% -4.48%
8 General Electric Diversified Financials 8.21% -0.79% 0.00%
9 Ford Motor Motor Vehicles and Parts -18.35% -7.43% -21.30%
10 CVS Health Food and Drug Stores -14.43% 2.45% -15.46%
11 McKesson Wholesalers: Health Care -24.53% 4.79% -17.53%
12 AT&T Telecommunications 2.59% 16.12% 10.79%
13 Valero Energy Petroleum Refining 3.25% -25.19% -12.56%
14 UnitedHealth Group Health Care: Insurance and Managed Care -3.28% 17.19% 21.17%
15 Verizon Communications Telecommunications 7.27% 11.89% 7.83%
16 AmerisourceBergen Wholesalers: Health Care -16.07% -25.21% -15.82%
17 Fannie Mae Diversified Financials -42.57% 11.00% -30.40%
18 Costco Wholesale Specialty Retailers: Other 3.08% -8.86% -2.03%
19 Hewlett-Packard Computers, Office Equipment -67.97% 4.44% -52.15%
20 Kroger Food and Drug Stores -3.06% -6.05% -17.98%
21 J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. Commercial Banks -16.22% -2.59% 9.70%
22 Express Scripts Holding Health Care: Pharmacy and Other Services -20.92% -12.55% -19.26%
23 Bank of America Corp. Commercial Banks -24.22% -14.87% 3.29%
24 International Business Machines Information Technology Services -23.36% 10.36% -0.51%
25 Marathon Petroleum Petroleum Refining -26.21% -40.05% -13.77%
26 Cardinal Health Wholesalers: Health Care -0.70% -10.49% -6.23%
27 Boeing Aerospace and Defense -17.67% -12.06% -1.51%
28 Citigroup Commercial Banks -29.99% -14.09% -5.90%
29 Amazon Internet Services and Retailing 11.65% 5.79% 43.49%
30 Wells Fargo Commercial Banks -15.94% -8.21% -14.71%
31 Microsoft Computer Software 14.67% -2.99% 25.62%
32 Procter & Gamble Household and Personal Products -1.26% 7.56% 12.60%
33 Home Depot Specialty Retailers: Other 8.70% -0.60% 3.14%
34 Archer Daniels Midland Food Production -28.73% 18.57% -7.90%
35 Walgreens Boots Alliance Food and Drug Stores -15.01% -8.53% -7.45%
36 Target General Merchandisers -10.28% -6.18% -9.07%
37 Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceuticals 3.97% 10.44% -1.24%
38 Anthem Health Care: Insurance and Managed Care -8.68% -0.39% -23.53%
39 MetLife Insurance: Life, Health (stock) -22.03% -10.18% -1.03%
40 Google Internet Services and Retailing 11.50% -3.16% 18.47%
41 State Farm Insurance Cos. Insurance: Property and Casualty (Mutual) Private Company
42 Freddie Mac Diversified Financials -41.18% 2.44% -32.24%
43 Comcast Telecommunications -10.03% 2.09% 4.37%
44 PepsiCo Food Consumer Products 0.69% 1.21% 5.94%
45 United Technologies Aerospace and Defense -12.36% 4.04% 6.10%
46 American International Group Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) -12.89% -8.42% 0.00%
47 United Parcel Service Mail, Package, and Freight Delivery -4.50% -1.15% 3.08%
48 Dow Chemical Chemicals -6.97% 0.42% 13.54%
49 Aetna Health Care: Insurance and Managed Care -6.90% 8.83% -1.52%
50 Lowe’s Specialty Retailers: Other 4.65% 3.89% -2.91%
51 ConocoPhillips Mining, Crude-Oil Production -31.55% -17.11% -24.78%
52 Intel Semiconductors and Other Electronic Components 5.91% 8.39% 6.39%
53 Energy Transfer Equity Pipelines -69.10% 37.65% -29.64%
54 Caterpillar Construction and Farm Machinery -22.68% 1.04% 23.91%
55 Prudential Financial Insurance: Life, Health (stock) -21.33% -7.81% 4.89%
56 Pfizer Pharmaceuticals -11.04% 5.55% -6.45%
57 Walt Disney Entertainment -18.82% -12.91% -14.05%
58 Humana Health Care: Insurance and Managed Care -10.74% 2.87% -4.57%
59 Enterprise Products Partners Pipelines -23.56% 7.72% -7.37%
60 Cisco Systems Network and Other Communications Equipment -16.31% 5.86% 6.73%
61 Sysco Wholesalers: Food and Grocery 9.03% 17.09% 14.59%
62 Ingram Micro Wholesalers: Electronics and Office Equipment 15.99% 12.67% 24.85%
63 Coca-Cola Beverages 3.87% 3.75% 0.25%
64 Lockheed Martin Aerospace and Defense 4.72% 6.28% 9.89%
65 FedEx Mail, Package, and Freight Delivery -20.89% 0.24% 11.62%
66 Johnson Controls Motor Vehicles and Parts -19.48% -3.50% 20.83%
67 Plains GP Holdings Pipelines -68.53% -22.95% -29.03%
68 World Fuel Services Wholesalers: Diversified -18.61% 5.23% 18.12%
69 CHS Food Production 222.00% 3.39% -19.08%
70 American Airlines Group Airlines -67.38% -24.08% -8.72%
71 Merck Pharmaceuticals -10.74% 4.65% 18.90%
72 Best Buy Specialty Retailers: Other -12.51% 1.75% 13.72%
73 Delta Air Lines Airlines 4.58% -8.53% -16.16%
74 Honeywell International Electronics, Electrical Equip. -4.15% 9.87% 12.31%
75 HCA Holdings Health Care: Medical Facilities -27.87% 11.39% 12.08%
76 Goldman Sachs Group Commercial Banks -24.37% -16.24% -5.70%
77 Tesoro Petroleum Refining -12.57% -33.06% -22.02%
78 Liberty Mutual Insurance Group Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) Private company
79 United Continental Holdings Airlines -15.40% -20.49% -0.59%
80 New York Life Insurance Insurance: Life, Health (Mutual) Private company
81 Oracle Computer Software -9.30% 2.27% 1.50%
82 Morgan Stanley Commercial Banks -33.80% -18.50% -1.47%
83 Tyson Foods Food Production 22.59% 28.72% 53.51%
84 Safeway Food and Drug Stores 0.95% 0.06% 0.06%
85 Nationwide Insurance: Property and Casualty (Mutual) Private company
86 Deere Construction and Farm Machinery -19.25% 1.78% 13.74%
87 DuPont Chemicals -5.75% 0.12% 49.71%
88 American Express Commercial Banks -25.96% -8.81% -12.73%
89 Allstate Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) -14.59% 7.65% 10.36%
90 Cigna Health Care: Insurance and Managed Care -9.74% -4.79% -11.77%
91 Mondelez International Food Consumer Products -2.40% 0.81% -7.94%
92 TIAA-CREF Insurance: Life, Health (Mutual) Private company
93 INTL FCStone Diversified Financials -8.06% -21.15% 24.55%
94 Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Insurance: Life, Health (Mutual) Private company
95 DirecTV Telecommunications -0.22% -0.22% Data Not Available
96 Halliburton Oil and Gas Equipment, Services -29.50% 8.80% 28.09%
97 Twenty-First Century Fox Entertainment -18.75% -2.06% -12.38%
98 3M Miscellaneous -1.59% 6.90% 13.99%
99 Sears Holdings General Merchandisers -20.03% -39.95% -51.42%
100 General Dynamics Aerospace and Defense -8.76% -1.66% 5.98%
101 Publix Super Markets Food and Drug Stores 3559.00% Not Publicly Traded
102 Philip Morris International Tobacco 2.74% 13.46% 9.72%
103 TJX Specialty Retailers: Apparel 3.34% 7.42% 1.46%
104 Time Warner Entertainment -17.21% 7.88% 24.24%
105 Macy’s General Merchandisers -41.79% -18.18% -27.66%
106 Nike Apparel 8.45% -16.34% -20.65%
107 Tech Data Wholesalers: Electronics and Office Equipment 13.47% 7.25% 9.11%
108 Avnet Wholesalers: Electronics and Office Equipment 0.66% -10.72% -6.60%
109 Northwestern Mutual Insurance: Life, Health (Mutual) Not Publicly Traded
110 McDonald’s Food Services 26.18% 7.90% 8.69%
111 Exelon Utilities: Gas and Electric -8.29% 24.22% 6.70%
112 Travelers Cos. Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) -2.30% -0.58% 2.31%
113 Qualcomm Network and Other Communications Equipment -22.52% 13.86% 13.39%
114 International Paper Packaging, Containers -31.16% 0.57% 11.56%
115 Occidental Petroleum Mining, Crude-Oil Production -3.82% 1.28% 0.51%
116 Duke Energy Utilities: Gas and Electric -1.15% 15.51% 6.02%
117 Rite Aid Food and Drug Stores -9.90% -1.53% 11.39%
118 Gilead Sciences Pharmaceuticals -17.66% -20.54% -27.75%
119 Baker Hughes Oil and Gas Equipment, Services -30.59% -12.77% -2.75%
120 Emerson Electric Electronics, Electrical Equip. -15.32% 3.78% 10.69%
121 EMC Computer Peripherals -7.70% 9.61% 4.61%
122 United Services Automobile Assn. Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) Not Publicly Traded
123 Union Pacific Railroads -23.24% -1.81% -2.77%
124 Northrop Grumman Aerospace and Defense 10.75% 13.80% 23.43%
125 Alcoa Metals -26.61% 0.32% -6.18%
126 Capital One Financial Commercial Banks -19.02% -6.54% 0.29%
127 National Oilwell Varco Oil and Gas Equipment, Services -27.76% -12.66% -6.17%
128 US Foods Wholesalers: Food and Grocery -7.99%
129 Raytheon Aerospace and Defense 13.34% 2.71% 22.85%
130 Time Warner Cable Telecommunications -4.66% 13.12% 11.05%
131 Arrow Electronics Wholesalers: Electronics and Office Equipment -6.33% 12.91% 5.15%
132 Aflac Insurance: Life, Health (stock) -6.78% 6.52% 13.11%
133 Staples Specialty Retailers: Other -36.45% -29.24% -39.92%
134 Abbott Laboratories Medical Products and Equipment -21.11% -13.47% -4.07%
135 Community Health Systems Health Care: Medical Facilities -61.34% -55.63% -75.26%
136 Fluor Engineering, Construction -9.49% 9.09% 10.88%
137 Freeport-McMoRan Mining, Crude-Oil Production -65.83% 37.53% -19.29%
138 U.S. Bancorp Commercial Banks -12.68% -2.19% 7.55%
139 Nucor Metals -17.37% 15.88% 13.54%
140 Kimberly-Clark Household and Personal Products 11.12% 6.29% 1.96%
141 Hess Petroleum Refining -40.49% 1.91% -13.55%
142 Chesapeake Energy Mining, Crude-Oil Production -58.84% -20.91% -20.48%
143 Xerox Information Technology Services -12.48% -7.53% -7.39%
144 ManpowerGroup Temporary Help -16.58% -12.26% -8.18%
145 Amgen Pharmaceuticals -7.33% -4.15% 3.87%
146 AbbVie Pharmaceuticals -14.42% 4.50% 7.87%
147 Danaher Scientific, Photographic and Control Equipment 15.93% 2.13% -9.86%
148 Whirlpool Electronics, Electrical Equip. -22.63% 5.00% 6.64%
149 PBF Energy Petroleum Refining 15.38% -35.73% -37.08%
150 HollyFrontier Petroleum Refining -26.96% -45.79% -51.59%
151 Eli Lilly Pharmaceuticals -3.05% -10.35% -4.00%
152 Devon Energy Mining, Crude-Oil Production -48.39% -19.99% -8.06%
153 Progressive Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) -1.35% 6.84% -1.97%
154 Cummins Construction and Farm Machinery -31.35% 13.54% 16.49%
155 Icahn Enterprises Petroleum Refining -32.19% -27.86% -39.17%
156 AutoNation Automotive Retailing, Services -23.73% -21.50% -23.52%
157 Kohl’s General Merchandisers -19.97% -24.88% -1.92%
158 Paccar Motor Vehicles and Parts -26.48% 7.31% 7.54%
159 Dollar General General Merchandisers -6.24% 38.19% 1.16%
160 Hartford Financial Services Group Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) -15.75% -0.77% -9.67%
161 Southwest Airlines Airlines 8.09% -7.66% 4.61%
162 Anadarko Petroleum Mining, Crude-Oil Production -50.36% -15.14% -13.42%
163 Southern Utilities: Gas and Electric 9.46% 10.27% 9.32%
164 Supervalu Food and Drug Stores -43.84% -33.29% -37.41%
165 Kraft Foods Group Food Consumer Products 5.48% 5.48% 5.78%
166 Goodyear Tire & Rubber Motor Vehicles and Parts -1.64% -20.17% -3.30%
167 EOG Resources Mining, Crude-Oil Production -8.42% -0.55% 7.29%
168 CenturyLink Telecommunications -11.56% -0.92% 5.22%
169 Altria Group Tobacco 10.47% 10.75% 8.48%
170 Tenet Healthcare Health Care: Medical Facilities -54.70% -15.40% -34.40%
171 General Mills Food Consumer Products -3.16% 7.62% 6.62%
172 eBay Internet Services and Retailing -5.60% -16.49% 18.37%
173 ConAgra Foods Food Consumer Products -9.26% 8.72% 15.16%
174 Lear Motor Vehicles and Parts 2.57% -6.07% -1.20%
175 TRW Automotive Holdings Motor Vehicles and Parts 0.51% 0.52% Not Publicly Traded
176 United States Steel Metals -60.30% 77.97% 58.49%
177 Penske Automotive Group Automotive Retailing, Services -32.84% -16.32% -14.27%
178 AES Utilities: Gas and Electric -30.32% 11.21% 11.50%
179 Colgate-Palmolive Household and Personal Products -4.21% 6.05% 5.66%
180 Global Partners Wholesalers: Diversified 4.29% -46.21% -52.60%
181 Thermo Fisher Scientific Scientific, Photographic and Control Equipment -2.78% 8.70% 19.19%
182 PG&E Corp. Utilities: Gas and Electric 1.22% 12.79% 11.62%
183 NextEra Energy Utilities: Gas and Electric 3.20% 20.60% 19.34%
184 American Electric Power Utilities: Gas and Electric 4.75% 14.96% 6.73%
185 Baxter International Medical Products and Equipment -2.92% 14.94% 42.04%
186 Centene Health Care: Insurance and Managed Care -13.11% 5.23% 6.88%
187 Starbucks Food Services 2.37% -11.31% -10.51%
188 Gap Specialty Retailers: Apparel -34.29% -33.77% -0.83%
189 Bank of New York Mellon Corp. Commercial Banks -15.11% -3.67% 6.32%
190 Micron Technology Semiconductors and Other Electronic Components -41.11% -20.89% -8.43%
191 Jabil Circuit Semiconductors and Other Electronic Components 0.26% -25.27% -5.98%
192 PNC Financial Services Group Commercial Banks -12.81% -5.49% 6.06%
193 Kinder Morgan Pipelines -57.04% -25.22% -34.46%
194 Office Depot Specialty Retailers: Other -33.62% 47.70% -54.28%
195 Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharmaceuticals -3.02% 5.08% -22.44%
196 NRG Energy Energy -54.29% 39.24% -23.30%
197 Monsanto Chemicals -13.67% 14.74% 13.45%
198 PPG Industries Chemicals -10.08% 2.25% -8.30%
199 Genuine Parts Wholesalers: Diversified -5.23% 6.80% 8.78%
200 Omnicom Group Advertising, Marketing 0.21% 12.12% 10.49%
201 Illinois Tool Works Industrial Machinery -4.49% 13.03% 34.08%
202 Murphy USA Specialty Retailers: Other 3.54% 13.06% 23.16%
203 Land O’Lakes Food Consumer Products Not Traded Publicly
204 Western Refining Petroleum Refining -27.37% -52.52% -33.11%
205 Western Digital Computer Peripherals -41.42% -27.12% -33.26%
206 FirstEnergy Utilities: Gas and Electric -0.65% 4.27% 2.12%
207 Aramark Diversified Outsourcing Services 2.08% 0.24% 18.68%
208 DISH Network Telecommunications -25.24% -22.39% -7.43%
209 Las Vegas Sands Hotels, Casinos, Resorts -23.89% 4.22% 14.96%
210 Kellogg Food Consumer Products 11.41% 7.54% 6.52%
211 Loews Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) -6.17% 7.77% 12.77%
212 CBS Entertainment -9.27% 8.10% 33.53%
213 Ecolab Chemicals -4.93% -0.48% -5.18%
214 Whole Foods Market Food and Drug Stores -27.81% 8.91% -17.01%
215 Chubb Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) -11.74% 10.55% 11.89%
216 Health Net Health Care: Insurance and Managed Care -1.05% 5.18% 6.35%
217 Waste Management Waste Management 6.44% 13.74% 18.61%
218 Apache Mining, Crude-Oil Production -15.64% 17.93% 33.68%
219 Textron Aerospace and Defense -8.22% -11.56% -0.46%
220 Synnex Wholesalers: Electronics and Office Equipment 10.57% -4.85% 13.57%
221 Marriott International Hotels, Casinos, Resorts -17.47% -7.23% -9.06%
222 Viacom Entertainment -21.95% -13.53% -24.60%
223 Lincoln National Insurance: Life, Health (stock) -31.61% -15.98% -3.21%
224 Nordstrom General Merchandisers -37.41% -33.74% -19.53%
225 C.H. Robinson Worldwide Transportation and Logistics -0.37% 9.18% -4.03%
226 Edison International Utilities: Gas and Electric 2.85% 5.23% 10.30%
227 Marathon Oil Mining, Crude-Oil Production -56.31% -26.03% -24.07%
228 Yum Brands Food Services -18.75% 13.20% 20.52%
229 Computer Sciences Information Technology Services -52.30% -28.24% -13.73%
230 Parker-Hannifin Industrial Machinery -16.60% 9.91% 22.44%
231 DaVita HealthCare Partners Health Care: Medical Facilities -15.05% 3.67% -20.31%
232 CarMax Automotive Retailing, Services -26.90% -6.65% -10.91%
233 Texas Instruments Semiconductors and Other Electronic Components 2.28% 6.03% 33.10%
234 WellCare Health Plans Health Care: Insurance and Managed Care -4.80% 21.30% 31.39%
235 Marsh & McLennan Diversified Financials -10.85% 19.03% 20.52%
236 Consolidated Edison Utilities: Gas and Electric 10.26% 16.93% 9.18%
237 Oneok Pipelines 1.87% 45.04% 30.39%
238 Visa Financial Data Services -2.34% -0.23% 8.36%
239 Jacobs Engineering Group Engineering, Construction -5.68% 15.37% 28.56%
240 CSX Railroads -26.83% 10.69% 10.43%
241 Entergy Utilities: Gas and Electric -1.55% 14.33% 7.03%
242 Facebook Internet Services and Retailing 2.49% 13.21% 35.40%
243 Dominion Resources Utilities: Gas and Electric 1.65% -14.82% -0.41%
244 Leucadia National Food Production -30.07% 0.05% -8.44%
245 Toys “R” Us Specialty Retailers: Other Not Traded Publicly
246 DTE Energy Utilities: Gas and Electric 3.83% 12.50% 11.28%
247 Ameriprise Financial Diversified Financials -24.63% -10.56% -12.55%
248 VF Apparel -19.69% -4.48% -25.04%
249 Praxair Chemicals -13.14% 2.76% 9.55%
250 J.C. Penney General Merchandisers -16.87% -4.26% -8.11%
251 Automatic Data Processing Diversified Outsourcing Services 1.08% 1.56% 0.03%
252 L-3 Communications Aerospace and Defense -7.24% 10.78% 32.62%
253 CDW Information Technology Services 14.47% -4.96% 0.80%
254 Guardian Life Ins. Co. of America Insurance: Life, Health (Mutual) Not traded publicly
255 Xcel Energy Utilities: Gas and Electric 10.77% 14.79% 9.66%
256 Norfolk Southern Railroads -15.01% -11.98% 18.58%
257 PPL Utilities: Gas and Electric 8.89% 14.95% -3.31%
258 R.R. Donnelley & Sons Publishing, Printing -20.04% 0.43% -61.44%
259 Huntsman Chemicals -56.64% 19.19% 38.31%
260 Bed Bath & Beyond Specialty Retailers: Other -33.66% -19.66% -30.61
261 Stanley Black & Decker Home Equipment, Furnishings -8.41% 3.75% 21.52%
262 L Brands Specialty Retailers: Apparel 17.14% -29.76% -25.12%
263 Liberty Interactive Internet Services and Retailing -10.61% 0.97% -32.52%
264 Farmers Insurance Exchange Insurance: Property and Casualty (Mutual) Not traded publicly
265 First Data Financial Data Services -17.02% -24.69% -13.12%
266 Sherwin-Williams Chemicals -6.80% 5.40% 13.97
267 BlackRock Securities -12.35% 1.87% 4.45%
268 Voya Financial Insurance: Life, Health (stock) -34.82% -18.17% -22.34%
269 Ross Stores Specialty Retailers: Apparel 3.86% 2.39% 26.04%
270 Sempra Energy Utilities: Gas and Electric -8.76% 5.71% 3.19%
271 Estée Lauder Household and Personal Products -4.47% 7.83% 2.05%
272 H.J. Heinz Food Consumer Products 13.61%
273 Reinsurance Group of America Insurance: Life, Health (stock) -17.04% 6.94% 15.70%
274 Public Service Enterprise Group Utilities: Gas and Electric -1.57% 13.83% -5.80%
275 Cameron International Oil and Gas Equipment, Services 23.25% -2.98% 0.92%
276 Navistar International Motor Vehicles and Parts -60.25% -23.62% 66.40%
277 CST Brands Specialty Retailers: Other -3.00% 2.08% 37.75%
278 State Street Corp. Commercial Banks -27.53% -13.01% 3.46%
279 Unum Group Insurance: Life, Health (stock) -26.06% 0.08% 8.80%
280 Hilton Worldwide Holdings Hotels, Casinos, Resorts -31.36% -10.93% -5.41%
281 Family Dollar Stores General Merchandisers 1.53% 0.00% 1.04%
282 Principal Financial Insurance: Life, Health (stock) -30.35% -13.63% 7.54%
283 Reliance Steel & Aluminum Metals -9.97% 25.96% 17.30%
284 Air Products & Chemicals Chemicals -8.96% 3.74% -3.18%
285 Assurant Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) 8.89% 2.70% 3.42%
286 Peter Kiewit Sons’ Engineering, Construction Not traded publicly
287 Henry Schein Wholesalers: Health Care 1.25% 10.96% 5.32
288 Cognizant Technology Solutions Information Technology Services 1.74% -3.51% -23.41%
289 MGM Resorts International Hotels, Casinos, Resorts 10.51% 0.07% 21.11%
290 W.W. Grainger Wholesalers: Diversified -18.56% 13.10% -1.87%
291 Group 1 Automotive Automotive Retailing, Services -38.42% -26.44% -32.45%
292 BB&T Corp. Commercial Banks -21.65% -5.95% 6.33%
293 Rock-Tenn Packaging, Containers -1.54% -1.54% Not traded publicly
294 Advance Auto Parts Specialty Retailers: Other -9.02% -5.17% -25.61%
295 Ally Financial Commercial Banks -27.94% -10.02% -5.56%
296 AGCO Construction and Farm Machinery -10.68% 1.29% 15.98%
297 Corning Network and Other Communications Equipment -4.01% 9.33% 41.03%
298 Biogen Pharmaceuticals -10.51% -3.55% 6.71%
299 NGL Energy Partners Wholesalers: Diversified -55.28% -17.20% -4.54%
300 Stryker Medical Products and Equipment -4.90% 13.95% 13.68%
301 Molina Healthcare Health Care: Insurance and Managed Care -18.91% -21.65% -13.77%
302 Precision Castparts Aerospace and Defense 24.46% 1.44% 1.54%
303 Discover Financial Services Commercial Banks -11.98% -0.12% -0.63%
304 Genworth Financial Insurance: Life, Health (stock) -67.94% -26.16% 2.96%
305 Eastman Chemical Chemicals -14.79% 3.51% -3.12%
306 Dean Foods Food Consumer Products 14.85% -2.37% -9.43%
307 AutoZone Specialty Retailers: Other 10.43% -2.56% 0.97%
308 MasterCard Financial Data Services -8.25% -1.55% 5.34%
309 Owens & Minor Wholesalers: Health Care 0.94% -4.88% -4.39%
310 Hormel Foods Food Consumer Products 34.59% -7.28% 14.45%
311 GameStop Specialty Retailers: Other -41.59% -19.99% -43.75%
312 Autoliv Motor Vehicles and Parts 14.06% -1.12% -13.09%
313 CenterPoint Energy Utilities: Gas and Electric -5.03% 32.41% 21.50%
314 Fidelity National Financial Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) -20.18% -3.73% 1.59%
315 Sonic Automotive Automotive Retailing, Services -18.99% -28.38% -17.61%
316 HD Supply Holdings Wholesalers: Diversified -24.75% 9.32% 10.54%
317 Charter Communications Telecommunications -6.47% 17.48% Not publicly traded
318 Crown Holdings Packaging, Containers -10.09% 1.00% 5.66%
319 Applied Materials Semiconductors and Other Electronic Components -0.12% 31.26% 79.60%
320 Mosaic Chemicals -46.72% -17.29% -30.40%
321 CBRE Group Real Estate -26.17% -20.84% -19.05%
322 Avon Products Household and Personal Products -44.19% 11.88% 81.72%
323 Republic Services Waste Management 2.43% 9.56% 16.58%
324 Universal Health Services Health Care: Medical Facilities -20.63% 8.11% -3.82%
325 Darden Restaurants Food Services -14.45% 18.28% -3.18%
326 Steel Dynamics Metals -10.28% 40.86% 39.12%
327 SunTrust Banks Commercial Banks -19.92% 0.69% 14.12%
328 Caesars Entertainment Hotels, Casinos, Resorts 33.26% -8.78% -10.56%
329 Targa Resources Pipelines -73.77% 6.96% -21.52%
330 Dollar Tree Specialty Retailers: Other 1.13% 18.46% 19.30%
331 News Corp. Publishing, Printing -13.86% -16.42% -8.09%
332 Ball Packaging, Containers 1.22% 4.72% 19.03%
333 Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Insurance: Life, Health (Mutual) Not publicly traded
334 Masco Home Equipment, Furnishings 9.84% 7.83% 25.25%
335 Franklin Resources Securities -27.84% -10.15% -10.37%
336 Avis Automotive Retailing, Services -32.18% -26.08% -37.04%
337 Reynolds American Tobacco 20.00% 7.02% 13.56%
338 Becton Dickinson Medical Products and Equipment -1.22% 10.38% 23.47%
339 Priceline Internet Services and Retailing -9.24% 2.25% 9.79%
340 Broadcom Semiconductors and Other Electronic Components 5.71% 0.09% 25.60%
341 Tenneco Motor Vehicles and Parts -23.33% 2.44% 13.84%
342 Campbell Soup Food Consumer Products 14.15% 15.24% 7.72%
343 AECOM Engineering, Construction -12.12% 1.36% -4.83%
344 Visteon Motor Vehicles and Parts -31.38% 37.91% -36.95%
345 Delek US Holdings Petroleum Refining -54.12% 50.94% -35.50%
346 Dover Industrial Machinery -12.21% 2.53% 17.11%
347 BorgWarner Motor Vehicles and Parts -43.47% -21.46% -20.28%
348 Jarden Home Equipment, Furnishings -4.11% 25.92% Acquired
349 UGI Energy -7.85% 24.88% 24.78%
350 Murphy Oil Mining, Crude-Oil Production -46.60% 8.03% 0.90%
351 PVH Apparel -38.46% 1.58% 8.07%
352 Core-Mark Holding Wholesalers: Food and Grocery 34.57% -1.45% -8.05%
353 Calpine Energy -16.56% 1.87% -21.71%
354 D.R. Horton Homebuilders 0.86% -6.68% -3.20%
355 Weyerhaeuser Forest and Paper Products -17.32% 2.75% 6.36%
356 KKR Securities -43.03% -20.99% -21.24%
357 FMC Technologies Oil and Gas Equipment, Services -26.45% -19.11% -2.43%
358 American Family Insurance Group Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) Not traded publicly
359 SpartanNash Wholesalers: Food and Grocery -37.50% 22.56% 0.84%
360 WESCO International Wholesalers: Diversified -39.04% 21.95% 25.88%
361 Quanta Services Engineering, Construction -32.82% 8.93% 50.85%
362 Mohawk Industries zMiscellaneous -12.86% 2.55% 0.39%
363 Motorola Solutions Network and Other Communications Equipment 9.96% -3.50% 6.30%
364 Lennar Homebuilders -16.34% -12.01% -17.66%
365 TravelCenters of America Specialty Retailers: Other -52.27% -29.17% -34.01%
366 Sealed Air Packaging, Containers -19.96% 3.51% -10.93%
367 Eversource Energy Utilities: Gas and Electric 9.44% 8.87% 3.37%
368 Coca-Cola Enterprises Beverages 2.27% -0.02% Not traded publicly
369 Celgene Pharmaceuticals -12.83% -5.56% -16.09%
370 Williams Energy -61.21% -41.38% -28.50%
371 Ashland Chemicals -19.70% 1.59% -9.13%
372 Interpublic Group Advertising, Marketing 7.45% 2.42% 5.62%
373 Blackstone Group Diversified Financials -11.97% -13.58% -30.27%
374 Ralph Lauren Apparel -12.23% -24.14% -17.38%
375 Quest Diagnostics Health Care: Pharmacy and Other Services -7.99% 12.26% 28.04%
376 Hershey Food Consumer Products -5.96% 6.44% 0.08%
377 Terex Construction and Farm Machinery 5.94% 5.40% 32.83%
378 Boston Scientific Medical Products and Equipment 0.12% 23.19% 33.68%
379 Newmont Mining Mining, Crude-Oil Production 11.21% 83.78% 91.42%
380 Allergan Pharmaceuticals Not traded publicly
381 O’Reilly Automotive Specialty Retailers: Other 4.08% -0.83% 8.47%
382 Casey’s General Stores Specialty Retailers: Other 20.39% 1.34% 7.48%
383 CMS Energy Utilities: Gas and Electric 12.44% 18.25% 13.11%
384 Foot Locker Specialty Retailers: Apparel -3.97% -16.94% -3.04%
385 W.R. Berkley Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) -13.02% 1.85% 0.18%
386 PetSmart Specialty Retailers: Other 0.58% 0.58% 0.57%
387 Pacific Life Insurance: Life, Health (stock) Not traded publicly
388 Commercial Metals Metals -10.11% 15.43% -0.91%
389 Agilent Technologies Scientific, Photographic and Control Equipment -5.78% 19.16% 27.36%
390 Huntington Ingalls Industries Aerospace and Defense 8.88% 16.49% 46.54%
391 Mutual of Omaha Insurance Insurance: Life, Health (stock) Not traded publicly
392 Live Nation Entertainment Entertainment -12.81% -5.66% 6.60%
393 Dick’s Sporting Goods Specialty Retailers: Other -23.13% 8.90% 18.79%
394 Oshkosh Motor Vehicles and Parts -9.07% 6.21% 37.50%
395 Celanese Chemicals -1.57% 0.34% 9.81%
396 Spirit AeroSystems Holdings Aerospace and Defense -15.84% -11.34% -1.35%
397 United Natural Foods Wholesalers: Food and Grocery -29.21% -19.81% -24.33%
398 Peabody Energy Mining, Crude-Oil Production -73.71% -91.33% -53.35%
399 Owens-Illinois Packaging, Containers -37.67% -1.27% -26.58%
400 Dillard’s General Merchandisers -31.02% -22.65% -35.98%
401 Level 3 Communications Telecommunications -8.93% 5.81% -0.51%
402 Pantry Specialty Retailers: Other 0.05% 0.05% 0.05%
403 LKQ Wholesalers: Diversified -13.30% 10.38% 18.24%
404 Integrys Energy Group Utilities: Gas and Electric -3.30% -3.30% -5.86%
405 Symantec Computer Software -15.10% -12.05% 16.27%
406 Buckeye Partners Pipelines -21.40% 8.05% -2.23%
407 Ryder System Trucking, Truck Leasing -40.09% 4.45% -10.45%
408 SanDisk Semiconductors and Other Electronic Components 6.43% 2.15% 8.88%
409 Rockwell Automation Electronics, Electrical Equip. -18.53% 8.88% 17.94%
410 Dana Holding Motor Vehicles and Parts -37.36% -25.28% -12.73%
411 Lansing Trade Group Wholesalers: Diversified Not traded publicly
412 NCR Computers, Office Equipment -32.07% 12.34% 20.91%
413 Expeditors International of Washington Transportation and Logistics -0.16% -1.66% -0.36%
414 Omnicare Health Care: Pharmacy and Other Services 2.41% 2.41% Aquired
415 AK Steel Holding Metals -23.02% 78.26% 80.42%
416 Fifth Third Bancorp Commercial Banks -26.57% -8.67% 11.63%
417 Seaboard Food Production -18.71% -9.18% 11.96%
418 NiSource Utilities: Gas and Electric 17.16% 25.44% 16.19%
419 Cablevision Systems Telecommunications 20.50% 14.50% Aquired
420 Anixter International Wholesalers: Diversified -21.54% -11.44% -0.77%
421 EMCOR Group Engineering, Construction -2.50% -6.05% 24.16%
422 Fidelity National Information Services Financial Data Services -4.15% 14.97% 6.62%
423 Barnes & Noble Specialty Retailers: Other -67.80% -11.64% -17.56%
424 KBR Engineering, Construction -18.34% -24.68% -19.31%
425 Auto-Owners Insurance Insurance: Property and Casualty (Mutual) Not traded publicly
426 Jones Financial Securities Not traded publicly
427 Avery Dennison Chemicals -0.74% 12.80% 26.11%
428 NetApp Computer Peripherals -29.64% -17.53% 0.30%
429 iHeartMedia Entertainment -84.96% -29.66% -60.00%
430 Discovery Communications Entertainment -12.97% -11.36% -6.49%
431 Harley-Davidson Transportation Equipment -33.48% -6.57% 1.73%
432 Sanmina Semiconductors and Other Electronic Components -10.08% 14.50% 20.10%
433 Trinity Industries Transportation Equipment -23.97% -32.88% -11.81%
434 J.B. Hunt Transport Services Trucking, Truck Leasing -13.17% 3.97% 3.94%
435 Charles Schwab Securities -25.26% -9.22% 12.52%
436 Erie Insurance Group Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) Not traded publicly
437 Dr Pepper Snapple Group Beverages 17.38% 1.74% 4.43%
438 Ameren Utilities: Gas and Electric 10.61% 11.06% 9.91%
439 Mattel Toys, Sporting Goods 14.69% 29.82% 37.09%
440 Laboratory Corp. of America Health Care: Pharmacy and Other Services -7.76% 4.85% 18.18%
441 Gannett Publishing, Printing 6.23% 9.35% -30.61%
442 Starwood Hotels & Resorts Hotels, Casinos, Resorts -22.58% 1.65% 14.18%
443 General Cable Electronics, Electrical Equip. -30.68% -9.12% -2.17%
444 A-Mark Precious Metals zMiscellaneous 56.28% 1.47% 13.40%
445 Graybar Electric Wholesalers: Diversified Not traded publicly
446 Energy Future Holdings Energy Not traded publicly
447 HRG Group Household and Personal Products -16.10% -0.43% 19.24%
448 MRC Global Oil and Gas Equipment, Services -23.90% -2.05% 29.53%
449 Spectra Energy Pipelines -10.24% 18.81% 45.35%
450 Asbury Automotive Group Automotive Retailing, Services -41.57% -26.71% -38.93%
451 Packaging Corp. of America Packaging, Containers -28.45% 0.47% 17.59%
452 Windstream Holdings Telecommunications 25.38% 35.21% Not traded publicly
453 PulteGroup Homebuilders -17.28% -4.15% -0.16%
454 JetBlue Airways Airlines -4.27% -27.64% -22.95%
455 Newell Rubbermaid Home Equipment, Furnishings -8.11% 7.04% 22.61%
456 Con-way Transportation and Logistics 32.38% 0.15% 0.89%
457 Calumet Specialty Products Partners Petroleum Refining -33.18% -84.42% -85.00%
458 Expedia Internet Services and Retailing -3.29% -9.17% 0.16%
459 American Financial Group Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) 1.05% -1.11% 4.78%
460 Tractor Supply Specialty Retailers: Other -7.31% 5.84% -23.80%
461 United Rentals zMiscellaneous -13.24% -11.37% 18.37%
462 Ingredion Food Production 11.81% 19.45% 43.56%
463 Navient Diversified Financials -37.66% 14.53% 6.28%
464 MeadWestvaco Packaging, Containers -1.53% -1.53% Aquired
465 AGL Resources Utilities: Gas and Electric 34.29% 4.82% 6.59%
466 St. Jude Medical Medical Products and Equipment -25.14% 22.81% 16.71%
467 J.M. Smucker Food Consumer Products 16.63% 4.84% 9.16%
468 Western Union Financial Data Services -6.32% 3.67% 4.82%
469 Clorox Household and Personal Products 13.48% 3.34% -1.53%
470 Domtar Forest and Paper Products -14.34% -6.36% -8.79%
471 Kelly Services Temporary Help 10.02% 17.37% 19.25%
472 Old Republic International Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) 10.99% 1.58% 9.01%
473 Advanced Micro Devices Semiconductors and Other Electronic Components 32.72% 97.42% 236.08%
474 Netflix Specialty Retailers: Other -10.74% -17.65% 28.80%
475 Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Information Technology Services 10.86% -4.03% 11.91%
476 Quintiles Transnational Holdings Health Care: Pharmacy and Other Services -16.25% -3.71% 3.42%
477 Wynn Resorts Hotels, Casinos, Resorts -34.71% 57.18% -8.22%
478 Jones Lang LaSalle Real Estate -19.03% -29.97% -32.09%
479 Regions Financial Commercial Banks -23.68% -2.95% 17.96%
480 CH2M Hill Engineering, Construction Not publicly traded
481 Western & Southern Financial Group Insurance: Life, Health (Mutual) Not publicly traded
482 Lithia Motors Automotive Retailing, Services -30.63% -34.71% -16.53%
483 salesforce.com Computer Software -5.26% 4.75% -6.06%
484 Alaska Air Group Airlines -2.11% -16.29% -1.67%
485 Host Hotels & Resorts Real Estate -29.48% -8.00% -11.95%
486 Harman International Industries Electronics, Electrical Equip. -22.26% -24.46% -24.63%
487 Amphenol Network and Other Communications Equipment -11.09% 5.80% 23.73%
488 Realogy Holdings Real Estate -32.14% -23.37% -36.06%
489 Essendant Wholesalers: Electronics and Office Equipment -18.84% -13.17% -45.91%
490 Hanesbrands Apparel -8.33% -13.50% -14.27%
491 Kindred Healthcare Health Care: Medical Facilities -50.65% -9.15% -30.09%
492 ARRIS Group Network and Other Communications Equipment -10.16% -22.84% Not publicly traded
493 Insight Enterprises Wholesalers: Electronics and Office Equipment -16.42% 1.91% 21.72%
494 Alliance Data Systems Financial Data Services -8.94% -24.68% -28.12%
495 LifePoint Health Health Care: Medical Facilities -17.26% -8.37% -14.47%
496 Pioneer Natural Resources Mining, Crude-Oil Production -8.07% 11.74% 33.03%
497 Wyndham Hotel Group Hotels, Casinos, Resorts -19.18% -11.53% -8.22%
498 Owens Corning Building Materials, Glass 3.90% 9.21% 18.34%
499 Alleghany Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) -5.59% -1.61% 5.34%
500 McGraw Hill Financial Financial Data Services -15.92% 15.10% 33.83%
501 Big Lots Specialty Retailers: Other 10.81% 7.53% -6.57%
502 Northern Tier Energy Petroleum Refining 1.54% 21.27% -15.70%
503 Hexion Chemicals Not publicly traded
504 Markel Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) -5.65% 5.20% 7.78%
505 Noble Energy Mining, Crude-Oil Production -18.69% -1.83% -3.67%
506 Leidos Holdings Information Technology Services 26.24% 13.01% -6.32%
507 Rockwell Collins Aerospace and Defense -3.53% -4.76% 0.99%
508 Airgas Wholesalers: Diversified 40.16% 3.27% 55.50%
509 Sprague Resources Wholesalers: Diversified -16.51% 1.76% 0.29%
510 YRC Worldwide Trucking, Truck Leasing -10.41% -0.47% -22.92%
511 Hanover Insurance Group Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) 0.04% 2.79% -3.93%
512 Fiserv Financial Data Services 6.29% 9.81% 7.84%
513 Lorillard Tobacco -0.43% -0.34% Aquired
514 American Tire Distributors Holdings Wholesalers: Diversified Not traded publicly
515 ABM Industries Diversified Outsourcing Services -8.84% 13.40% 33.17%
516 Sonoco Products Packaging, Containers -6.11% 8.90% 23.54%
517 Harris Network and Other Communications Equipment 5.65% -4.42% 18.23%
518 Telephone & Data Systems Telecommunications -18.49% 0.56% 1.94
519 Wisconsin Energy Utilities: Gas and Electric 13.36% 20.57% 8.24%
520 Linn Energy Mining, Crude-Oil Production -78.58% -93.03% -90.40%
521 Raymond James Financial Securities -26.81% -5.19% 12.53%
522 Berry Plastics Group Packaging, Containers -4.01% 7.53% 34.84%
523 SCANA Utilities: Gas and Electric 21.63%
524 Regency Energy Partners (Acquired) Oil and Gas Equipment, Services Aquired
525 Cincinnati Financial Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) 4.85% 13.43% 25.77%
526 Atmos Energy Utilities: Gas and Electric 20.96% 15.69% 18.06%
527 Pepco Holdings Utilities: Gas and Electric 0.45% 6.57% 1.7
528 Flowserve Industrial Machinery -20.43% 4.27% 4.26%
529 Simon Property Group Real Estate 0.68% 4.05% -1.03%
530 Constellation Brands Beverages 26.54% 9.46% 23.93%
531 Quad/Graphics Publishing, Printing -41.94% 87.28% 89.57%
532 Burlington Stores Specialty Retailers: Apparel -4.56% 23.39% 46.23%
533 Neiman Marcus Group Specialty Retailers: Apparel Not traded publicly
534 Bemis Packaging, Containers 1.12% 6.37% 20.13%
535 Coach Apparel 12.55% 24.45% 19.74%
536 Continental Resources Mining, Crude-Oil Production -38.21% 15.13% 46.72%
537 Ascena Retail Group Specialty Retailers: Apparel -38.72% -39.80% -62.87%
538 Zoetis Pharmaceuticals -12.47% 0.23% 15.96%
539 Orbital ATK Aerospace and Defense 27.12% 2.53% -2.50%
540 Frontier Communications Telecommunications -3.81% 3.83% -22.03%
541 Levi Strauss Apparel Not traded publicly
542 SPX Industrial Machinery -90.50% 47.78% 71.74%
543 CF Industries Holdings Chemicals -48.93% -38.59% 50.46%
544 Michaels Cos. Specialty Retailers: Other -14.85% 31.07% 3.24%
545 M&T Bank Corp. Commercial Banks -17.11% -4.85% 3.17%
546 Rush Enterprises Automotive Retailing, Services -14.92% -6.82% -14.82%
547 Aleris Metals No data
548 Nexeo Solutions Holdings Wholesalers: Diversified -20.64%
549 Keurig Green Mountain Beverages 25.25% 80.31% Aquired
550 Superior Energy Services Oil and Gas Equipment, Services -49.45% 13.16% 17.07%
551 Williams-Sonoma Specialty Retailers: Other -36.21% -17.10% -38.48%
552 Robert Half International Temporary Help -16.71% -19.91% -26.90%
553 Nvidia Semiconductors and Other Electronic Components 46.35% 46.22% 142.43%
554 First American Financial Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) -17.55% -3.47% -3.34%
555 Zimmer Holdings Medical Products and Equipment -20.46% 31.28% 29.41%
556 MDU Resources Group Energy -11.50% 25.51% 31.76%
557 Juniper Networks Network and Other Communications Equipment -3.68% -23.92% -22.46%
558 Arthur J. Gallagher Diversified Financials -20.97% 9.55% 14.28%
559 Colfax Industrial Machinery -46.48% 1.02% 6.95%
560 Cliffs Natural Resources Mining, Crude-Oil Production -38.33% 32.33% 113.88%
561 Yahoo Internet Services and Retailing -19.64% 14.81% 26.37%
562 MasTec Engineering, Construction -16.70% 17.21% 80.38%
563 Lam Research Semiconductors and Other Electronic Components -8.89% 6.88% 42.96%
564 Axiall Chemicals -66.40% 12.19% 63.77
565 Intercontinental Exchange Securities 9.88% 3.84% 11.96%
566 Cintas Diversified Outsourcing Services -0.66% 3.35% 15.02%
567 Coty Household and Personal Products -13.26% -9.26% -19.33%
568 CA Computer Software -7.67% 13.72% 11.34%
569 Andersons Food Production -24.12% 7.74% 2.09%
570 Valspar Chemicals -5.33% 27.60% 35.58%
571 Northern Trust Commercial Banks -19.16% -1.72% 2.71%
572 Intuit Computer Software -12.20% 7.70% 15.84%
573 Tutor Perini Engineering, Construction -38.29% 16.29% 20.36%
574 Polaris Industries Transportation Equipment -48.54% -18.25% -34.49%
575 Hospira Pharmaceuticals 0.78% 0.36% Acquired
576 FM Global Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock)
577 NVR Homebuilders 13.37% 3.14% 1.75%
578 Liberty Media Entertainment 0.44% -51.30% -26.60%
579 Energizer Holdings Household and Personal Products -54.29% 36.16% 13.75%
580 Bloomin’ Brands Food Services -22.26% 9.88% -9.59%
581 Avaya Network and Other Communications Equipment Not traded publicly
582 Westlake Chemical Chemicals -24.89% -26.15% -12.71%
583 Hyatt Hotels Hotels, Casinos, Resorts -32.85% -6.40% 1.04%
584 Mead Johnson Nutrition Food Consumer Products -22.53% 1.48% 6.32%
585 Activision Blizzard Computer Software 34.84% 5.64% 30.35%
586 Protective Life Insurance: Life, Health (stock) 0.40%
587 Envision Healthcare Holdings Health Care: Pharmacy and Other Services -40.49% -13.69% -39.09%
588 Fortune Brands Home & Security Home Equipment, Furnishings 4.29% 5.97% 11.16%
589 RPM International Chemicals -15.16% 7.10% 9.97%
590 VWR Wholesalers: Diversified -3.11% 7.40% 6.05%
591 LPL Financial Holdings Securities -31.02% -38.09% -20.71%
592 KeyCorp Commercial Banks -24.05% -1.90% -1.29%
593 Swift Transportation Trucking, Truck Leasing -22.87% -4.52% 30.01%
594 Alpha Natural Resources Mining, Crude-Oil Production 24.42% -93.70% Delisted
595 Hasbro Toys, Sporting Goods -8.90% 15.80% 6.47%
596 Resolute Forest Products Forest and Paper Products -36.09% -22.40% -52.38%
597 Tiffany Specialty Retailers: Other -30.82% -21.55% -7.16%
598 McCormick Food Consumer Products 3.06% 13.66% 13.15%
599 Graphic Packaging Holding Packaging, Containers -23.66% -0.87% -0.44%
600 Greif Packaging, Containers -16.32% 4.82% 36.14%
601 Allegheny Technologies Metals -60.47% -1.61% 1.89%
602 Securian Financial Group Insurance: Life, Health (stock) Not traded publicly
603 B/E Aerospace Aerospace and Defense -15.37% 3.09% 15.72%
604 Exelis (Taken Private) Aerospace and Defense Aquired
605 Adobe Systems Computer Software 39.38% 8.65% 22.96%
606 Molson Coors Brewing Beverages 26.06% 7.31% 23.03%
607 Roundy’s Food and Drug Stores 35.61% 0.00% Aquired
608 CNO Financial Group Insurance: Life, Health (stock) -13.07% 0.64% -20.38%
609 Adams Resources & Energy Energy -24.42% -12.38% -9.33%
610 Belk General Merchandisers Aquired
611 Chipotle Mexican Grill Food Services -38.52% -22.74% -43%
612 American Tower Telecommunications 54.09% 76.74% 19.01%
613 FMC Chemicals -27.16% 14.03% 25.53%
614 Hillshire Brands Food Consumer Products Aquired
615 AmTrust Financial Services Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) -15.64% -15.93% -22.80%
616 Brunswick Transportation Equipment -17.56% -14.58% -6.32%
617 Patterson Wholesalers: Health Care -14.60% 7.28% -4.40%
618 Southwestern Energy Mining, Crude-Oil Production -50.03% 49.43% -11.80%
619 Ametek Scientific, Photographic and Control Equipment -13.59% -15.88% -16.36%
620 T. Rowe Price Securities -12.74% 1.55% -6.84%
621 Torchmark Insurance: Life, Health (stock) -14.90% 0.02% 9.30%
622 Darling Ingredients Food Production -29.64% 43.84% 27.24%
623 Leggett & Platt Home Equipment, Furnishings -18.74% 5.54% 2.49%
624 Watsco Wholesalers: Diversified -9.81% 4.12% 11.34%
625 Crestwood Equity Partners Energy -96.19% 10.72% -92.53%
626 Xylem Industrial Machinery -0.23% 18.60% 40.59%
627 Silgan Holdings Packaging, Containers 0.44% -4.82% -8.25%
628 Toll Brothers Homebuilders -27.03% -23.04% -21.40%
629 Manitowoc Construction and Farm Machinery -10.21% -65.84% -71.81%
630 Science Applications International Information Technology Services -17.99% 10.68% 58.80%
631 Carlyle Group Securities -49.29% -9.76% -23.08%
632 Timken Industrial Machinery -21.55% 3.98% 20.53%
633 Genesis Energy Pipelines -38.60% -4.71% -11.43%
634 WPX Energy Mining, Crude-Oil Production -47.78% 25.18% 45.91%
635 CareFusion Medical Products and Equipment Aquired
636 Pitney Bowes Computers, Office Equipment -6.11% -11.92% -17.55%
637 Ingles Markets Food and Drug Stores -21.08% -32.04% -13.54%
638 PolyOne Chemicals -30.51% 5.50% -5.78%
639 Brookdale Senior Living Health Care: Medical Facilities -51.14% -21.29% -33.70%
640 CommScope Holding Network and Other Communications Equipment -27.08% 8.57% 0.47%
641 Meritor Motor Vehicles and Parts -45.66% -16.59% -1.86%
642 Joy Global Construction and Farm Machinery -63.85% 10.56% 71.31%
643 Unified Grocers Wholesalers: Food and Grocery Not traded publicly
644 Triumph Group Aerospace and Defense -47.82% -4.69% -42.89%
645 Magellan Health Health Care: Insurance and Managed Care -11.25% 26.34% 10.58%
646 Sally Beauty Holdings Specialty Retailers: Other -9.62% 7.96% 12.28%
647 Flowers Foods Food Consumer Products -4.13% -21.89% -41.52%
648 Abercrombie & Fitch Specialty Retailers: Apparel 29.86% -24.41% -22.83%
649 New Jersey Resources Energy 27.01% 16.50% 4.13%
650 Fastenal Specialty Retailers: Other -5.16% 14.06% 2.35%
651 NII Holdings Telecommunications -67.48% -60.00% -2.64%
652 Consol Energy Mining, Crude-Oil Production -61.38% 98.66% 58.27%
653 USG Building Materials, Glass -41.39% 21.13% 1.44%
654 Brink’s Diversified Outsourcing Services -4.59% -9.72% 18.99%
655 Helmerich & Payne Oil and Gas Equipment, Services -67.64% 5.63% 18.25%
656 Lexmark International Computer Peripherals -17.50% 9.22% 28.84%
657 American Axle & Manufacturing Motor Vehicles and Parts -34.04% -26.03% -11.69%
658 Crown Castle International Telecommunications 10.70% 19.90% -5.81%
659 Targa Energy Pipelines Not traded publicly
660 Oceaneering International Oil and Gas Equipment, Services -13.39% -22.20% -42%
661 Cabot Chemicals 11.47% 5.39% -7.93%
662 CIT Group Commercial Banks -37.16% -20.81% -11.75%
663 Cabela’s Specialty Retailers: Other -4.58% 2.75% 42.89%
664 Forest Laboratories Pharmaceuticals Not traded publicly
665 DCP Midstream Partners Pipelines -37.24% 34.75% 21.99%
666 Ryerson Holding Metals -61.58% 174.95% 53%
667 QEP Resources Mining, Crude-Oil Production -11.08% 16.40% 10.62%
668 Thor Industries Motor Vehicles and Parts -4.34% 12.99% 50.51%
669 HSN Specialty Retailers: Other -33.57% 2.24% -36.35%
670 Graham Holdings Education -28.74% -5.82% -20.25%
671 Electronic Arts Computer Software -1.77% 9.90% 15.56%
672 Boise Cascade Wholesalers: Diversified -39.99% -26.16% -16.38%
673 Hub Group Transportation and Logistics -27.34% 2.03% -0.51%
674 CACI International Information Technology Services 5.25% -1.30% 22.10%
675 Roper Technologies Scientific, Photographic and Control Equipment 4.28% -11.72% -0.75%
676 Towers Watson Diversified Outsourcing Services -1.99% -8.29% Aquired
677 Smart & Final Stores Food and Drug Stores -6.00% -12.44% -23.53%
678 Big Heart Pet Brands Food Consumer Products Not traded publicly
679 Fossil Group Apparel -53.26% -29.08% -48.30%
680 Nasdaq OMX Group Securities 14.95% 11.55% Not traded publicly
681 Country Financial Insurance: Property and Casualty (Mutual) Not traded publicly
682 Snap-on Industrial Machinery -0.69% -536.00% -0.88%
683 Pinnacle West Capital Utilities: Gas and Electric 5.69% 16.27% 12.50%
684 EchoStar Network and Other Communications Equipment -25.33% 2.60% 3.67%
685 Systemax Specialty Retailers: Other 11.81% -7.22% -16.32%
686 WhiteWave Foods Food Consumer Products -24.02% 8.42% 25.22%
687 CUNA Mutual Group Insurance: Life, Health (stock) Not traded publicly
688 Cooper Tire & Rubber Motor Vehicles and Parts 18.04% -24.07% -14.76%
689 ADT Diversified Outsourcing Services -8.45% Aquired
690 Cerner Health Care: Pharmacy and Other Services -16.27% -7.26% -10.41%
691 Clean Harbors Waste Management -11.06% 19.40% 1.32%
692 First Solar Energy 58.03% -11.05% -18.83%
693 Lennox International Industrial Machinery 2.82% -0.54% 27.42%
694 Enable Midstream Partners Pipelines -55.02% 54.83% 14.99%
695 Hubbell Electronics, Electrical Equip. -14.94% 6.32% 20.23%
696 Unisys Information Technology Services -42.69% -36.75% -23.02%
697 Alliant Energy Utilities: Gas and Electric 6.14% 23.08% 22.10%
698 Health Care REIT Real Estate -8.95% -1.71% 1.73%
699 Moody’s Diversified Financials -19.89% -4.88% 1.65%
700 C.R. Bard Medical Products and Equipment -2.44% 16.89% 12.40%
701 Urban Outfitters Specialty Retailers: Apparel -34.34% 22.28% 14.49%
702 Church & Dwight Household and Personal Products -4.12% 12.70% 7.53%
703 American Eagle Outfitters Specialty Retailers: Apparel -18.50% -4.57% 11.00%
704 Oaktree Capital Group Securities -18.49% -6.42% -16.09%
705 Regal Beloit Electronics, Electrical Equip. -18.36% -10.89% -2.42%
706 Men’s Wearhouse Specialty Retailers: Apparel -78.16% -33.61% Delisted
707 Cooper-Standard Holdings Motor Vehicles and Parts 15.27% 16.62% 39.19%
708 W.R. Grace Chemicals -17.44% -20.25% -29.89%
709 Ulta Salon Cosmetics & Fragrance Specialty Retailers: Other 6.50% 36.36% 51.92%
710 Hawaiian Electric Industries Utilities: Gas and Electric -3.17% 14.75% 61.06%
711 SkyWest Airlines 3.98% 13.60% 59.09%
712 Green Plains Energy -24.19% -19.46% 28.42%
713 LVB Acquisition Medical Products and Equipment Not traded publicly
714 NBTY Pharmaceuticals Aquired
715 Carlisle Building Materials, Glass -21.04% 16.44% 13.20%
716 United Refining Petroleum Refining -4.48%
717 Tesla Motors Motor Vehicles and Parts -25.00% -3.70% -11.86%
718 Groupon Internet Services and Retailing -42.19% 22.41% 31.41%
719 Landstar System Trucking, Truck Leasing -17.10% 7.01% 10.63%
720 Patterson-UTI Energy Oil and Gas Equipment, Services -26.01% 15.53% 65.03%
721 EP Energy Mining, Crude-Oil Production -56.72% -5.64% -32.01%
722 ON Semiconductor Semiconductors and Other Electronic Components -18.53% -9.97% 12.68%
723 Rent-A-Center Specialty Retailers: Other -48.67% -25.72% -62.20%
724 SunGard Data Systems Financial Data Services Not traded publicly
725 Citrix Systems Network and Other Communications Equipment -1.85% 11.26% 12.89%
726 Amkor Technology Semiconductors and Other Electronic Components 17.97% -4.50% 81.85%
727 TD Ameritrade Holding Securities -21.66% -11.62% 15.23%
728 Worthington Industries Metals 6.59% 20.79% 60.34%
729 Valmont Industries Construction and Farm Machinery -9.48% 15.58% 30.64
730 Iron Mountain Diversified Outsourcing Services -36.88% -9.72% 15.99%
731 Puget Energy Utilities: Gas and Electric Not traded publicly
732 CME Group Securities -9.17% 2.03% 15.78
733 IAC/InterActiveCorp Internet Services and Retailing -37.34% -10.58% -7.26%
734 Par Petroleum Petroleum Refining 30.39% -37.43% -35.43%
735 Taylor Morrison Home Homebuilders -37.69% -15.38% -9.02%
736 Chiquita Brands International Food Production Aquired
737 International Flavors & Fragrances Chemicals 0.69% 7.91% 15.30%
738 Whiting Petroleum Mining, Crude-Oil Production -64.17% -24.65% -56.92%
739 Under Armour Apparel -28.54% -57.72% -62.09%
740 Ventas Real Estate -17.10% 23.51% 19.99%
741 NuStar Energy Pipelines -46.06% 20.98% -7.46%
742 Select Medical Holdings Health Care: Medical Facilities -38.61% 2.73% 18.99%
743 Diebold Computers, Office Equipment -19.67% -27.96% -33.68%
744 American National Insurance Insurance: Life, Health (stock) -8.35% 12.07% 16.01%
745 Varian Medical Systems Medical Products and Equipment -11.57% 1.55% 26.17%
746 Apollo Education Group Education -42.38% 33.29% -14.22%
747 Westinghouse Air Brake Technologies Industrial Machinery -36.10% -3.86% -9.14%
748 SunPower Energy -4.46% -27.99% -63.38%
749 Warner Music Group Entertainment Not traded publicly
750 American Water Works zMiscellaneous 22.40% 27.65% 22.63%
751 H&R Block Diversified Financials 3.96% -42.92% -34.33%
752 Mercury General Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) -19.45% 2.23% -2.83%
753 TECO Energy Utilities: Gas and Electric 26.92% 4.71% Acquired
754 Service Corp. International zMiscellaneous -18.48% -2.01% -7.10%
755 Vulcan Materials Building Materials, Glass -5.02% 13.59% 22.00%
756 Brown-Forman Beverages -9.53% -7.67% -16.03%
757 Regal Entertainment Group Entertainment -9.47% 12.92% 18.69%
758 Tempur Sealy International Home Equipment, Furnishings -16.42% -25.76% -28.16%
759 Steelcase Home Equipment, Furnishings -28.87% -21.50% -30.60%
760 MWI Veterinary Supply Wholesalers: Diversified 0.35%
761 RadioShack Specialty Retailers: Other -36.79% -31.82%
762 Sprouts Farmers Market Food and Drug Stores -7.06% 0.89% -6.25%
763 Sabre Internet Services and Retailing 2.02% -4.62% -12.85%
764 Martin Marietta Materials Building Materials, Glass -24.20% 19.12% 18.68%
765 Huntington Bancshares Commercial Banks -28.62% -10.03% -5.98%
766 Alere Medical Products and Equipment -22.84% 1.60% -4.94%
767 TreeHouse Foods Food Consumer Products -6.37% 9.57% 3.65%
768 Arch Coal Mining, Crude-Oil Production -20.62% -63.96% Delisted
769 KLA-Tencor Semiconductors and Other Electronic Components 27.10% 9.69% 39.02%
770 Crane Industrial Machinery -13.04% 10.26% 25.90%
771 Iasis Healthcare Health Care: Medical Facilities Not traded publicly
772 Babcock & Wilcox Industrial Machinery 0.56% 11.20% 5.13%
773 Dentsply International Medical Products and Equipment 13.88% 2.23% 2.89%
774 Tribune Media Entertainment -53.95% -42.35% -51.58%
775 ScanSource Wholesalers: Electronics and Office Equipment -17.82% 0.88% -5.68%
776 Univision Communications Entertainment Not traded publicly
777 Brinker International Food Services -13.89% -1.24% 2.27%
778 Exterran Holdings Oil and Gas Equipment, Services -15.89% -20.95% -5.72%
779 Carter’s Apparel -10.82% 15.14% -3.79%
780 Analog Devices Semiconductors and Other Electronic Components -12.31% -3.33% 4.52%
781 Genesco Specialty Retailers: Apparel 1.75% 15.83% -10.10%
782 Scotts Miracle-Gro Chemicals 10.38% -0.26% 36.08%
783 Convergys Diversified Outsourcing Services -4.73% 8.73% 17.77%
784 Exide Technologies Motor Vehicles and Parts Delisted
785 WABCO Holdings Motor Vehicles and Parts -26.13% -1.28% -8.86%
786 Kennametal Industrial Machinery -45.80% -14.28% 11.46%
787 Amerco Trucking, Truck Leasing 4.72% -13.98% -16.71%
788 Bon-Ton Stores General Merchandisers -64.79% -45.16% -57.53%
789 Team Health Holdings Health Care: Pharmacy and Other Services -34.76% -16.77% -19.91%
790 Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Pharmaceuticals -15.60% -29.64% -29.36%
791 Springleaf Holdings Diversified Financials -3.40% Not traded publicly
792 Lincoln Electric Holdings Industrial Machinery -12.06% 6.75% 22.57%
793 Dresser-Rand Group Industrial Machinery 0.73% 0.73% Aquired
794 West Diversified Outsourcing Services -37.81% -17.23% -13.59%
795 Benchmark Electronics Semiconductors and Other Electronic Components -7.90% -3.49% 8.94%
796 Pall Industrial Machinery 1.20% 0.52% Aquired
797 Old Dominion Freight Line Trucking, Truck Leasing -20.95% -1.65% 12.76%
798 MSC Industrial Direct Wholesalers: Diversified -10.39% 22.56% 19.56%
799 Sentry Insurance Group Insurance: Property and Casualty (Mutual) Not traded publicly
800 Sigma-Aldrich Chemicals 0.15% 0.01% Aquired
801 WGL Holdings Energy 17.03% 6.51% -0.28%
802 Weis Markets Food and Drug Stores -1.08% 20.90% 30.60%
803 Sanderson Farms Food Production 19.53% 20.37% 31.08%
804 StanCorp Financial Group Insurance: Life, Health (stock) 0.04% 0.97% Not traded publicly
805 Hyster-Yale Materials Handling Industrial Machinery -19.10% 2.74% -9.88%
806 Wolverine World Wide Apparel -43.77% -4.10% 3.30%
807 DST Systems Financial Data Services -1.39% -2.89% -13.08%
808 Legg Mason Securities -37.45% -21.63% -27.28%
809 Teradata Computer Software -35.70% -6.24% 2.66%
810 Aaron’s Specialty Retailers: Other -32.63% 1.38% -39.63%
811 Antero Resources Mining, Crude-Oil Production -6.00% 36.68% 9.78%
812 Metaldyne Performance Group Motor Vehicles and Parts -34.23% -25.66% -23.61%
813 Range Resources Mining, Crude-Oil Production -35.30% 45.12% 6.32%
814 Vornado Realty Trust Real Estate -4.81% -2.40% -3.29%
815 Boyd Gaming Hotels, Casinos, Resorts -0.89% -7.52% 4.02%
816 Covance Health Care: Pharmacy and Other Services Aquired
817 Armstrong World Industries Building Materials, Glass 31.64% -16.93% -23.11%
818 Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Food Services -12.96% 18.44% -5.44%
819 Chico’s FAS Specialty Retailers: Apparel -32.87% -12.71% -19.08%
820 Scripps Networks Interactive Entertainment -2.52% 10.18% 17.67%
821 Universal Forest Products Forest and Paper Products 9.48% 8.15% 30.81
822 Concho Resources Mining, Crude-Oil Production -14.43% 12.83% 18.32%
823 ITT Industrial Machinery -17.02% -9.34% -11.19%
824 HCC Insurance Holdings Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) 0.95% 0.59% Acquired
825 Moog Aerospace and Defense -16.17% -18.39% -3.13%
826 IMS Health Holdings Health Care: Pharmacy and Other Services -25.56% -13.18% Acquired
827 Cinemark Holdings Entertainment -23.26% 2.77% 17.95%
828 Comerica Commercial Banks -27.66% 1.29% 21.77%
829 Equity Residential Real Estate 6.92% -14.79% -7.63%
830 Ryland Group Homebuilders -9.06% -2.60% Aquired
831 GNC Holdings Food and Drug Stores -34.56% -13.28% -48.86%
832 ArcBest Trucking, Truck Leasing -32.54% -32.72% -29.66%
833 Vectren Utilities: Gas and Electric -0.20% 17.05% 28.90%
834 Curtiss-Wright Aerospace and Defense 3.18% 18.52% 42.02%
835 Tupperware Brands Household and Personal Products -24.08% -1.91% 9.08%
836 Westar Energy Utilities: Gas and Electric 13.82% 24.72% 42.02%
837 Albemarle Chemicals 4.16% 50.80% 56.72%
838 AptarGroup Packaging, Containers 14.17% 2.84% 10.48%
839 Pinnacle Foods Food Consumer Products -6.35% -5.39% 19.14%
840 Penn National Gaming Hotels, Casinos, Resorts -25.33% -5.49% -25.85%
841 J.Crew Group Specialty Retailers: Apparel Not traded publicly
842 Vantiv Financial Data Services 12.29% 2.64% 24.19%
843 Kansas City Southern Railroads -27.30% 1.20% 3.39%
844 Caleres Specialty Retailers: Apparel -16.96% -13.68% -17.32%
845 Nu Skin Enterprises Household and Personal Products -21.28% 11.52% 69.80%
846 Great Plains Energy Utilities: Gas and Electric 7.15% 14.94% -0.90%
847 Kirby zMiscellaneous -28.67% 9.16% -9.85%
848 General Growth Properties Real Estate 3.99% 3.98% -6.19%
849 Broadridge Financial Solutions Financial Data Services -1.56% 17.22% 11.02%
850 Stericycle Waste Management -11.10% -19.16% -49.97%
851 Global Payments Financial Data Services 13.44% 6.67% 11.39%
852 Nortek Industrial Machinery -50.61% -1.72% Aquired
853 Schnitzer Steel Industries Metals -24.43% -1.71% 32.10%
854 Universal Tobacco -6.01% -1.79% 2.94%
855 ANN Specialty Retailers: Apparel -1.75% -1.75% Aquired
856 Hologic Medical Products and Equipment -3.88% -14.10% 0.61%
857 Panera Bread Food Services 3.01% 19.98% 4.75%
858 AOL Internet Services and Retailing -0.54% -0.54% Aquired
859 SM Energy Mining, Crude-Oil Production -63.41% 3.24% 1.68%
860 Paychex Diversified Outsourcing Services 3.22% 0.50% 11.49%
861 PriceSmart Specialty Retailers: Other -25.59% -8.97% 3.68%
862 Autodesk Computer Software -6.86% -5.88% 36.78%
863 Affiliated Managers Group Securities -38.51% -2.38% -19.99%
864 Tops Holding Food and Drug Stores NA
865 Dynegy Energy -53.76% 13.15% -46.30%
866 DSW Specialty Retailers: Apparel -24.69% -11.33% -17.13%
867 Vishay Intertechnology Semiconductors and Other Electronic Components -2.65% 8.07% 30.30%
868 Mettler-Toledo International Scientific, Photographic and Control Equipment -6.11% 7.79% 39.78%
869 SunEdison Semiconductors and Other Electronic Components -86.97% -95.18% -98.00%
870 Tetra Tech Engineering, Construction 0.16% 3.82% 45.51%
871 Momentive Performance Materials Chemicals Not traded publicly
872 EnerSys Electronics, Electrical Equip. -20.17% 83.00% 0.34%
873 Donaldson Industrial Machinery -14.23% 6.13% 28.10%
874 EQT Energy -17.53% 27.43% -15.82%
875 Monster Beverage Beverages 2.35% -3.85% Not traded publicly
876 PC Connection Specialty Retailers: Other -10.44% 4.31% 24.17%
877 Total System Services Financial Data Services 2.86% -3.63% -2.63%
878 ServiceMaster Global Holdings Diversified Outsourcing Services -8.67% 1.25% 3.02%
879 Medical Mutual of Ohio Insurance: Life, Health (Mutual) Not traded publicly
880 Applied Industrial Technologies Wholesalers: Diversified 0.98% 6.94% 11.69%
881 Maxim Integrated Products Semiconductors and Other Electronic Components -3.57% -3.75% 0.23%
882 OGE Energy Utilities: Gas and Electric -11.10% 16.81% 5.89%
883 A. Schulman Chemicals -34.34% -26.81% -25.14%
884 Equinix Telecommunications 31.14% 58.96% 28.17%
885 Mednax Health Care: Pharmacy and Other Services -12.56% -7.46% -17.20%
886 Equifax Financial Data Services 6.22% 12.44% 22.00%
887 Standard Pacific Homebuilders NA
888 Denbury Resources Mining, Crude-Oil Production -73.28% 10.70% -24.13%
889 Cimarex Energy Mining, Crude-Oil Production -21.15% -0.15% 11.54%
890 Mutual of America Life Insurance Insurance: Life, Health (Mutual) 0.00%
891 Guess Apparel -19.81% -24.88% -38.60%
892 Post Holdings Food Consumer Products -4.79% 8.04% 29.56%
893 HealthSouth Health Care: Medical Facilities -23.97% 12.91% 2.80%
894 Ferrellgas Partners Energy -21.55% -0.78% -48.93%
895 KB Home Homebuilders -31.96% -1.57% 4.32%
896 Boston Properties Real Estate -3.98% -0.33% 6.37%
897 Trimble Navigation Scientific, Photographic and Control Equipment -16.88% 10.18% 65.59%
898 Teledyne Technologies Scientific, Photographic and Control Equipment -24.77% 6.48% 25.77%
899 Acuity Brands Electronics, Electrical Equip. 1.46% 10.63% 20.58%
900 Skechers U.S.A. Apparel -32.32% 1.12% -57.96%
901 Xilinx Semiconductors and Other Electronic Components 20.59% -3.80% 7.03%
902 Plexus Semiconductors and Other Electronic Components -6.89% 15.99% 10.66%
903 Newfield Exploration Mining, Crude-Oil Production -20.90% 5.43% 1.65%
904 TransDigm Group Aerospace and Defense 2.33% 7.88% 21.55%
905 Kar Auction Services Wholesalers: Diversified -10.55% 8.79% 16.06%
906 Mueller Industries Industrial Machinery -22.54% -1.70% -0.38%
907 Zions Bancorp. Commercial Banks -29.01% -6.41% 14.88%
908 Insperity Diversified Outsourcing Services -10.83% 58.51% 60.87%
909 XPO Logistics Transportation and Logistics -47.59% -3.64% 18.49%
910 Sears Hometown & Outlet Stores Specialty Retailers: Other -10.48% 21.87% -38.92%
911 A.O. Smith Electronics, Electrical Equip. -5.30% 3.05% 37.75%
912 Alliance One International Tobacco -47.53% 55.91% -14.11%
913 Take-Two Interactive Software Computer Software 9.11% 8.71% 42.42%
914 hhgregg Specialty Retailers: Other -40.72% -62.65% -68.37%
915 RPC Oil and Gas Equipment, Services -0.86% 13.70% 64.08%
916 NewMarket Chemicals -15.33% 1.26% 5.39%
917 Beacon Roofing Supply Wholesalers: Diversified 22.02% -0.07% 23.96%
918 Edwards Lifesciences Medical Products and Equipment 3.37% 21.17% 55.58%
919 Triple-S Management Health Care: Insurance and Managed Care 2.83% -10.60% 9.23%
920 Hawaiian Holdings Airlines 68.46% 12.31% 61.06%
921 Heartland Payment Systems Financial Data Services 66.13% 29.30% Aquired
922 Belden Electronics, Electrical Equip. -42.50% 1.22% 36.64%
923 Magellan Midstream Partners Pipelines -8.62% 9.33% 1.05%
924 Outerwall Specialty Retailers: Other -59.92% -37.02% Aquired
925 KapStone Paper & Packaging Packaging, Containers -41.60% -38.41% -1.20%
926 Alliance Holdings Mining, Crude-Oil Production -51.32% -31.59% -15.94%
927 Skyworks Solutions Semiconductors and Other Electronic Components -32.66% -18.80% -2.68%
928 Ciena Network and Other Communications Equipment -30.00% -32.02% -13.05%
929 Granite Construction Engineering, Construction 15.39% 3.78% 34.19%
930 Education Management Education 5.88% -75.06% -88.75%
931 Party City Holdings Specialty Retailers: Other 3.41%
932 HCP Real Estate -6.58% -7.55% -1.18%
933 Parexel International Health Care: Pharmacy and Other Services -1.70% -9.06% 6.65
934 Delta Tucker Holdings Aerospace and Defense Not traded publicly
935 Pinnacle Entertainment Hotels, Casinos, Resorts -24.52% -66.34% Not traded publicly
936 Stifel Financial Securities -38.37% -17.15% -8.43%
937 Pool Wholesalers: Diversified 12.36% 11.51% 25.55%
938 Olin Chemicals -33.82% 3.93% 16.54%
939 Knights of Columbus Insurance: Life, Health (Mutual) Not traded publicly
940 PerkinElmer Scientific, Photographic and Control Equipment -2.95% 2.63% 8.44%
941 Alexion Pharmaceuticals Pharmaceuticals -22.46% -17.56% -25.17%
942 IHS Financial Data Services -19.14% 0.30% 23.61
943 Oil States International Oil and Gas Equipment, Services -7.83% 6.68% 5.15%
944 HNI Home Equipment, Furnishings -32.96% 1.89% -9.75%
945 LinkedIn Internet Services and Retailing -12.50% -46.29% -3.93%
946 Diplomat Pharmacy Food and Drug Stores -32.96% -11.33% 1.76%
947 Brocade Communications Systems Network and Other Communications Equipment -20.91% -8.51% -14.97%
948 Greenbrier Cos. Transportation Equipment -44.20% -15.35% -0.03%
949 AMC Networks Entertainment -11.63% -23.70% -31.29%
950 Kemper Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) -14.16% -20.89% 5.45%
951 Ocwen Financial Diversified Financials -50.00% -71.55% -49.24%
952 Public Storage zMiscellaneous 23.55% 5.99% -5.48%
953 TriNet Group Diversified Outsourcing Services -41.46% 3.85% 0.21%
954 Chemtura Chemicals -3.05% -12.78% 9.08%
955 Symetra Financial Insurance: Life, Health (stock) 27.62% 1.39% Aquired
956 Tower International Motor Vehicles and Parts -10.25% -30.19% -16.17%
957 Meritage Homes Homebuilders -37.68% -1.85% -16.18%
958 MarkWest Energy Partners Pipelines -36.22% -9.78% Aquired
959 Bio-Rad Laboratories Medical Products and Equipment -13.85% 5.00% 17.62%
960 TrueBlue Temporary Help -11.79% -33.13% -20.45%
961 Cabot Oil & Gas Mining, Crude-Oil Production -26.68% 23.69% -7.93%
962 Carpenter Technology Metals -25.37% -10.67% 9.59%
963 Toro Construction and Farm Machinery 6.60% 14.85% 27.93%
964 American Equity Investment Life Holding Insurance: Life, Health (stock) -34.24% -39.90% -29.96%
965 Express Specialty Retailers: Apparel -4.72% -18.24% -36.66%
966 Eastman Kodak Scientific, Photographic and Control Equipment -37.02% -2.52% -0.73%
967 Hain Celestial Group Food Consumer Products -47.95% 15.99% -33.06%
968 Nationstar Mortgage Holdings Diversified Financials -44.27% -4.38% 3.50%
969 IDEX Industrial Machinery -5.64% 5.76% 15.12%
970 Popular Commercial Banks -19.40% 6.28% 22.83%
971 Werner Enterprises Trucking, Truck Leasing -10.21% -12.70% -12.37%
972 Esterline Technologies Aerospace and Defense -13.44% -28.95% -2.77%
973 Intuitive Surgical Medical Products and Equipment 0.61% 22.61% 45.08%
974 Allison Transmission Holdings Motor Vehicles and Parts -18.36% -0.50% -0.90%
975 SemGroup Pipelines -69.82% -16.34% -32.95%
976 Southwest Gas Utilities: Gas and Electric 2.88% 23.83% 12.35%
977 G-III Apparel Group Apparel -33.49% -18.79% -57.92%
978 National Fuel Gas Utilities: Gas and Electric -20.18% 21.02% -6.43%
979 H.B. Fuller Chemicals -9.37% 14.03% 17.21%
980 Penn Mutual Life Insurance Insurance: Life, Health (stock) Not traded publicly
981 RCS Capital Securities -99.83% -98.71% Not available
982 Columbia Sportswear Apparel -12.89% 8.21% 3.57%
983 Amica Mutual Insurance Insurance: Property and Casualty (Mutual) Not traded publicly
984 Primoris Services Engineering, Construction 13.73% -7.66% 2.06%
985 Energen Mining, Crude-Oil Production -45.11% -20.75% -8.90%
986 Rexnord Industrial Machinery -27.10% 2.16% 10.48%
987 Seventy Seven Energy Oil and Gas Equipment, Services -26.56% -94.61% Not available
988 Waste Connections Waste Management 25.26% 23.98% Not traded publicly
989 Pep Boys-Manny, Moe & Jack Specialty Retailers: Other 60.19% 19.05% Aquired
990 Harsco Metals -55.68% -37.94% -9.22%
991 Hovnanian Enterprises Homebuilders -28.16% 5.00% -25.35%
992 Willbros Group Oil and Gas Equipment, Services 144.41% 7.89% -26.21%
993 Wendy’s Food Services -2.78% -1.81% 19.13%
994 International Game Technology Industrial Machinery -23.31% 18.87% Not traded publicly
995 Synopsys Computer Software -15.58% 2.54% 22.09%
996 Universal American Health Care: Insurance and Managed Care -29.58% 10.88% 5.75%
997 AAR Aerospace and Defense -23.52% 1.57% 40.38%
998 Selective Insurance Group Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) 1.18% 7.09% 13.92%
999 Gartner Information Technology Services -0.84% 10.21% 2.00%
1000 E*Trade Financial Securities -13.40% -8.15% 10.90%

Top 150 F1K companies by mobile measures

Google Internet Services and Retailing 334 73,517,585,019
Facebook Internet Services and Retailing 28 6,127,892,256
Electronic Arts Computer Software 68 1,249,041,429
Microsoft Computer Software 211 1,062,333,378
Adobe Systems Computer Software 111 840,879,234
amazon Internet Services and Retailing 50 763,855,705
IAC/InterActiveCorp Internet Services and Retailing 50 627,060,381
Walt Disney Entertainment 83 570,897,081
Netflix Specialty Retailers: Other 7 509,190,348
Yahoo Internet Services and Retailing 28 508,161,000
AT&T Telecommunications 127 483,142,722
eBay Internet Services and Retailing 8 474,805,429
Apple Computers, Office Equipment 44 471,202,119
AOL Internet Services and Retailing 16 419,513,000
Groupon Internet Services and Retailing 15 363,005,112
Time Warner Entertainment 159 289,375,000
Under Armour Apparel 16 278,410,916
iHeartMedia Entertainment 7 273,488,002
Starbucks Food Services 19 213,530,850
Hasbro Toys, Sporting Goods 160 210,889,086
Viacom Entertainment 106 191,040,723
Autodesk Computer Software 85 181,982,337
LinkedIn Internet Services and Retailing 23 172,299,819
Mattel Toys, Sporting Goods 126 153,749,646
Nike Apparel 18 120,590,034
CBS Entertainment 19 119,028,185
Target General Merchandisers 19 111,991,422
Wal-Mart Stores General Merchandisers 15 92,421,826
Intuit Computer Software 35 76,546,059
Gannett Publishing, Printing 5729 60,177,165
Cisco Systems Network and Other Communications Equipment 131 53,177,010
Best Buy Specialty Retailers: Other 5 49,223,241
Univision Communications Entertainment 16 38,003,460
Expedia Internet Services and Retailing 8 35,928,051
Discovery Communications Entertainment 140 35,000,000
Priceline Internet Services and Retailing 5 34,347,000
DISH Network Telecommunications 8 33,926,625
Wells Fargo Commercial Banks 6 31,185,000
Chipotle Mexican Grill Food Services 5 29,637,060
Southwest Airlines Airlines 3 28,911,054
Time Warner Cable Telecommunications 19 25,480,710
American Express Commercial Banks 39 24,496,122
FedEx Mail, Package, and Freight Delivery 5 23,733,429
Gap Specialty Retailers: Apparel 6 23,393,436
General Mills Food Consumer Products 26 21,915,810
Home Depot Specialty Retailers: Other 8 17,747,949
E*Trade Financial Securities 4 16,652,665
United Parcel Service Mail, Package, and Freight Delivery 2 14,969,728
Coca-Cola Beverages 212 14,387,454
salesforce.com Computer Software 23 13,799,088
Delta Air Lines Airlines 3 13,681,434
Whole Foods Market Food and Drug Stores 3 12,699,840
Kohl’s General Merchandisers 2 11,250,000
Marriott International Hotels, Casinos, Resorts 12 11,204,520
SunTrust Banks Commercial Banks 11 10,673,313
Sears Holdings General Merchandisers 16 10,609,542
Abercrombie & Fitch Specialty Retailers: Apparel 4 9,932,919
U.S. Bancorp Commercial Banks 50 8,018,658
H&R Block Diversified Financials 5 6,783,000
American Airlines Group Airlines 2 6,688,000
Western Union Financial Data Services 7 6,595,029
Liberty Media Entertainment 2 6,543,000
Nordstrom General Merchandisers 6 6,439,119
Ralph Lauren Apparel 2 6,324,345
JetBlue Airways Airlines 4 6,299,889
GameStop Specialty Retailers: Other 5 6,243,540
General Motors Motor Vehicles and Parts 200 6,202,536
Lowe’s Specialty Retailers: Other 13 6,047,550
Progressive Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) 5 5,987,778
Costco Wholesale Specialty Retailers: Other 4 5,685,405
Scripps Networks Interactive Entertainment 18 5,670,000
Scripps Networks Interactive Entertainment 18 5,670,000
American Eagle Outfitters Specialty Retailers: Apparel 6 5,621,249
Alaska Air Group Airlines 2 5,477,000
MasterCard Financial Data Services 64 5,411,856
Regions Financial Commercial Banks 5 5,275,950
Hilton Worldwide Holdings Hotels, Casinos, Resorts 17 5,100,897
AutoZone Specialty Retailers: Other 2 5,036,304
Regal Entertainment Group Entertainment 2 4,987,361
Tiffany Specialty Retailers: Other 3 4,905,858
CarMax Automotive Retailing, Services 3 4,871,352
Citrix Systems Network and Other Communications Equipment 14 4,812,759
Cinemark Holdings Entertainment 2 4,309,369
Cinemark Holdings Entertainment 2 4,309,369
Cinemark Holdings Entertainment 2 4,309,369
Live Nation Entertainment Entertainment 2 4,002,820
Tribune Media Entertainment 46 4,002,000
Procter & Gamble Household and Personal Products 24 3,717,000
PepsiCo Food Consumer Products 42 3,710,862
Macy’s General Merchandisers 13 3,575,257
AMC Networks Entertainment 2 3,459,731
AMC Networks Entertainment 2 3,459,731
AMC Networks Entertainment 2 3,459,731
AMC Networks Entertainment 2 3,459,731
Fiserv Financial Data Services 516 3,431,010
Foot Locker Specialty Retailers: Apparel 2 3,333,333
State Farm Insurance Cos. Insurance: Property and Casualty (Mutual) 7 3,243,000
Ford Motor Motor Vehicles and Parts 49 3,188,961
EMC Computer Peripherals 43 3,184,797
Scotts Miracle-Gro Chemicals 3 3,116,271
Brinker International Food Services 2 3,075,000
Urban Outfitters Specialty Retailers: Apparel 3 3,044,000
Qualcomm Network and Other Communications Equipment 8 3,040,125
Nationwide Insurance: Property and Casualty (Mutual) 9 2,967,432
Trimble Navigation Scientific, Photographic and Control Equipment 45 2,656,800
Frontier Communications Telecommunications 11 2,545,179
Intel Semiconductors and Other Electronic Components 71 2,471,931
Avis Automotive Retailing, Services 4 2,429,696
Ally Financial Commercial Banks 11 2,237,640
Staples Specialty Retailers: Other 11 2,233,716
McDonald’s Food Services 6 2,216,187
Allstate Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) 14 2,216,127
Honeywell International Electronics, Electrical Equip. 99 2,177,475
BB&T Corp. Commercial Banks 4 2,083,230
MGM Resorts International Hotels, Casinos, Resorts 33 2,047,446
Safeway Food and Drug Stores 13 2,041,281
Abbott Laboratories Medical Products and Equipment 80 1,841,889
J.C. Penney General Merchandisers 4 1,816,939
Cigna Health Care: Insurance and Managed Care 7 1,563,600
Aetna Health Care: Insurance and Managed Care 30 1,557,006
Eastman Kodak Scientific, Photographic and Control Equipment 10 1,518,177
RadioShack Specialty Retailers: Other 8 1,445,128
SanDisk Semiconductors and Other Electronic Components 8 1,391,817
Warner Music Group Entertainment 52 1,386,588
Campbell Soup Food Consumer Products 21 1,339,680
Publix Super Markets Food and Drug Stores 4 1,302,126
Heartland Payment Systems Financial Data Services 32 1,286,706
Kroger Food and Drug Stores 14 1,264,100
Starwood Hotels & Resorts Hotels, Casinos, Resorts 2 1,250,983
Kimberly-Clark Household and Personal Products 53 1,220,028
Popular Commercial Banks 4 1,217,838
Xerox Information Technology Services 59 1,212,735
Oracle Computer Software 302 1,095,297
Juniper Networks Network and Other Communications Equipment 15 1,081,797
Yum Brands Food Services 2 1,050,000
H.J. Heinz Food Consumer Products 4 1,023,840
Quad/Graphics Publishing, Printing 28 986,637
Equifax Financial Data Services 9 951,243
Lexmark International Computer Peripherals 8 905,868
Express Specialty Retailers: Apparel 2 900,000
Liberty Mutual Insurance Group Insurance: Property and Casualty (Stock) 11 896,571
Simon Property Group Real Estate 4 836,394
Bed Bath & Beyond Specialty Retailers: Other 2 825,000
Visa Financial Data Services 46 806,595
Express Scripts Holding Health Care: Pharmacy and Other Services 1 750,000
Rite Aid Food and Drug Stores 1 750,000
Panera Bread Food Services 1 750,000
Office Depot Specialty Retailers: Other 5 704,697
Humana Health Care: Insurance and Managed Care 9 688,050
Supervalu Food and Drug Stores 16 661,299

Top 150 F1K companies by social measures

As part of the data gathering for this report, we also collected data on social following, using the two largest Western digital communities for that purpose: Facebook and Twitter.

Partially to compare against mobile indicators, and partially just to see, we also checked average financial performance by social indicators. Interestingly, total social following is a much less reliable indicator of financial performance. Social media marketing is very widely utilized — many companies without a mobile app have tens of thousands of social followers — which may be part of the reason.

Top social following by versus stock price gain or loss

Fortune 1000 companies that are in the top five in their industry for number of social followers saw an average gain of 2.86% in stock price over the course of the study. Companies that were sixth or lower returned 3.56%.

Average Fortune 1000 return over the measured period was 3.3%.

Also interesting: Twitter seems to be a better overall predictor of financial success than Facebook.

Twitter seems to be a better predictor of stock price than Facebook

Companies with more than 1 million likes on Facebook had stock returns of just 1.18%. Companies with fewer likes saw valuation increases of 3.88%. Meanwhile, those with more than 1 million Twitter followers rose 8.66%, and companies with fewer rose just 3.19%.

As the numbers go higher, however, it becomes clear that a larger Facebook following is indeed indicative of a financially successful company. At 10 million Facebook fans, companies average almost 12% stock value inflation. At the same level on Twitter, however, companies average 14.45% increases.

Top 150 F1K companies by social measures, ranked by total users:

Company Facebook Twitter Total
Facebook 169,805,676 14,000,000 183,805,676
Coca-Cola 96,230,745 3,170,000 99,400,745
McDonald’s 61,860,611 3,120,000 64,980,611
Walt Disney 50,616,549 4,710,000 55,326,549
Starbucks 36,084,821 11,300,000 47,384,821
PepsiCo 34,606,649 2,960,000 37,566,649
Google 19,309,128 13,700,000 33,009,128
Intel 25,197,494 4,460,000 29,657,494
Nike 23,606,650 5,720,000 29,326,650
Amazon 26,549,404 2,220,000 28,769,404
Monster Beverage 24,060,679 2,870,000 26,930,679
Target 23,177,000 1,790,000 24,967,000
Levi Strauss 22,404,763 761,000 23,165,763
Netflix 19,836,360 1,720,000 21,556,360
Visa 19,717,947 324,000 20,041,947
Avon Products 15,267,269 105,000 15,372,269
Groupon 14,927,834 137,000 15,064,834
Macy’s 14,134,197 913,000 15,047,197
Microsoft 7,626,215 7,420,000 15,046,215
Yahoo 12,595,155 1,440,000 14,035,155
MasterCard 13,510,187 440,000 13,950,187
Wal-Mart Stores 12,811,406 755,000 13,566,406
Kohl’s 11,398,967 611,000 12,009,967
American Eagle Outfitters 10,988,533 712,000 11,700,533
Ralph Lauren 8,399,750 1,650,000 10,049,750
Tiffany 8,334,287 1,430,000 9,764,287
Abercrombie & Fitch 8,878,854 650,000 9,528,854
Apple 9,279,030 36,800 9,315,830
Verizon Communications 7,195,591 1,690,000 8,885,591
Wendy’s 7,786,335 846,000 8,632,335
eBay 8,041,122 565,000 8,606,122
Electronic Arts 4,180,314 4,030,000 8,210,314
Gap 7,495,018 655,000 8,150,018
Hershey 7,981,118 12,500 7,993,618
Best Buy 7,151,656 773,000 7,924,656
GameStop 6,553,823 986,000 7,539,823
Harley-Davidson 7,090,527 309,000 7,399,527
Foot Locker 5,720,232 1,320,000 7,040,232
American Express 6,103,221 865,000 6,968,221
Southwest Airlines 4,892,729 1,940,000 6,832,729
Guess 6,486,423 323,000 6,809,423
Whole Foods Market 1,920,112 4,810,000 6,730,112
Coach 6,047,327 647,000 6,694,327
Western Union 6,201,394 467,000 6,668,394
AT&T 5,899,954 730,000 6,629,954
Comcast 6,297,878 102,000 6,399,878
Expedia 5,661,464 340,000 6,001,464
Procter & Gamble 5,488,215 136,000 5,624,215
Toys “R” Us 4,188,621 1,400,000 5,588,621
J.C. Penney 4,920,517 414,000 5,334,517
Walgreens Boots Alliance 4,316,377 925,000 5,241,377
Hewlett-Packard 3,822,525 980,000 4,802,525
DISH Network 4,598,544 110,000 4,708,544
Under Armour 4,124,243 571,000 4,695,243
DirecTV 4,331,116 189,000 4,520,116
Dick’s Sporting Goods 4,124,519 389,000 4,513,519
Nordstrom 3,664,263 660,000 4,324,263
Ford Motor 3,355,350 833,000 4,188,350
Capital One Financial 3,913,134 136,000 4,049,134
Sears Holdings 3,624,231 185,000 3,809,231
Cabela’s 3,478,287 328,000 3,806,287
3M 3,586,523 31,600 3,618,123
Chipotle Mexican Grill 2,794,917 727,000 3,521,917
Lowe’s 3,296,781 222,000 3,518,781
Dollar General 3,245,846 66,300 3,312,146
American Airlines Group 1,971,922 1,250,000 3,221,922
Urban Outfitters 2,092,529 1,040,000 3,132,529
Big Lots 2,946,871 156,000 3,102,871
JetBlue Airways 1,092,641 1,980,000 3,072,641
Hanesbrands 2,979,952 20,500 3,000,452
RadioShack 2,751,905 211,000 2,962,905
Keurig Green Mountain 2,826,045 110,000 2,936,045
Western Digital 2,762,668 132,000 2,894,668
Nvidia 1,881,503 1,010,000 2,891,503
AMC Networks 2,356,703 507,000 2,863,703
AMC Networks 2,356,703 507,000 2,863,703
AMC Networks 2,356,703 507,000 2,863,703
AMC Networks 2,356,703 507,000 2,863,703
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store 2,758,068 97,200 2,855,268
Live Nation Entertainment 2,417,879 436,000 2,853,879
Colgate-Palmolive 2,805,761 43,800 2,849,561
Bank of America Corp. 2,320,458 428,000 2,748,458
Qualcomm 2,423,429 306,000 2,729,429
Deere 2,594,342 115,000 2,709,342
Regal Entertainment Group 2,439,670 263,000 2,702,670
Publix Super Markets 2,484,706 192,000 2,676,706
SanDisk 2,570,500 83,100 2,653,600
Delta Air Lines 1,524,339 1,090,000 2,614,339
Home Depot 2,220,787 317,000 2,537,787
DSW 2,506,375 1,590 2,507,965
Advanced Micro Devices 2,125,236 338,000 2,463,236
PetSmart 2,267,659 167,000 2,434,659
Time Warner Cable 2,161,172 108,000 2,269,172
Fossil Group 2,166,431 68,400 2,234,831
LinkedIn 1,034,924 1,180,000 2,214,924
Bed Bath & Beyond 2,073,234 135,000 2,208,234
Farmers Insurance Exchange 2,159,121 35,900 2,195,021
Estée Lauder 1,911,703 270,000 2,181,703
Liberty Mutual Insurance Group 2,073,188 97,700 2,170,888
Michaels Cos. 1,990,905 157,000 2,147,905
Belk 2,059,676 85,600 2,145,276
Tesla Motors 1,245,373 882,000 2,127,373
Family Dollar Stores 1,986,441 35,700 2,022,141
CVS Health 1,723,287 294,000 2,017,287
Party City Holdings 1,940,987 20,900 1,961,887
Dollar Tree 1,746,629 174,000 1,920,629
Convergys 1,907,122 10,400 1,917,522
General Electric 1,523,424 392,000 1,915,424
Barnes & Noble 1,734,462 172,000 1,906,462
State Farm Insurance Cos. 1,827,967 78,300 1,906,267
J.Crew Group 1,504,501 373,000 1,877,501
Skechers U.S.A. 1,793,524 28,100 1,821,624
Staples 1,481,815 321,000 1,802,815
Advance Auto Parts 1,775,727 20,500 1,796,227
United Parcel Service 1,578,145 149,000 1,727,145
Discover Financial Services 1,612,646 87,000 1,699,646
Citigroup 886,039 751,000 1,637,039
Kraft Foods Group 1,431,377 191,000 1,622,377
McCormick 1,590,311 3,782 1,594,093
Xerox 1,308,085 198,000 1,506,085
CBS 966,986 487,000 1,453,986
Costco Wholesale 1,348,271 19,600 1,367,871
Chevron 1,121,564 244,000 1,365,564
Sprouts Farmers Market 1,301,152 15,900 1,317,052
Safeway 1,238,004 71,300 1,309,304
FedEx 1,055,392 229,000 1,284,392
Cisco Systems 756,870 527,000 1,283,870
Kroger 1,159,401 106,000 1,265,401
Lennar 970,577 279,000 1,249,577
HSN 1,170,781 70,300 1,241,081
Ross Stores 1,217,301 1,016 1,218,317
Chico’s FAS 1,149,742 46,100 1,195,842
Clorox 1,092,453 102,000 1,194,453
Columbia Sportswear 1,080,405 101,000 1,181,405
H.J. Heinz 1,122,973 26,800 1,149,773
General Motors 673,185 475,000 1,148,185
Office Depot 995,543 87,700 1,083,243
Wells Fargo 865,178 215,000 1,080,178
Nasdaq OMX Group 588,739 452,000 1,040,739
United Continental Holdings 859,256 150,000 1,009,256
International Business Machines 737,951 271,000 1,008,951
United Services Automobile Assn. 885,133 101,000 986,133
AOL 827,038 157,000 984,038
Autodesk 747,000 212,000 959,000
Oracle 538,223 396,000 934,223
New York Life Insurance 651,908 229,000 880,908
Allstate 799,675 61,600 861,275
hhgregg 826,943 28,300 855,243
salesforce.com 537,282 280,000 817,282
Alaska Air Group 635,408 170,000 805,408

Data

Data this report is based on includes:

Fortune 1000 company data available from Fortune, with details on company size, industry, value, number of employees, and more. We then used this data to find 2,800 additional companies that are subsidiaries of Fortune 1000 companies, for a total of 3,814 named companies.

We then searched through data from our App Store Analytics product on apps and mobile publishers for each of those named companies, and enriched our data with additional MightySignal data on number of reviews and ratings for apps.

We then checked Google Finance 3- and 6-month trailing results, taken in February and June 2016, respectively, and checked 12-month stock value changes in October. We also gathered Yahoo Finance analyst buy/sell recommendations and CEO ratings at Owler. In addition, we searched Twitter and Facebook to find social followers for these companies and their subsidiaries.

Using TUNE and MightySignal data, we found both the apps for all the companies and their number of users. We used the median of Google Play download guidance (if Google Play said an app had between 1 and 2 million users, we pinned the number at 1.5). We analyzed the relationship between number of Android downloads and number of reviews and ratings, and generalized that data to iOS to estimate the number of iOS installs. Then we estimated the degree of user engagement by comparing numbers of users and numbers of ratings and reviews.

All told, we gathered data on over 90 billion installs of more than 13,000 apps, with more than 4.5 billion ratings of those apps. In addition, we collected data on companies’ social followers: more than 1.1 billion Facebook fans, and more than 150 million Twitter followers.

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Author
John Koetsier

As Mobile Economist at TUNE, I forecast and analyze trends affecting the mobile ecosystem. I've been a journalist, analyst, and corporate executive, and have chronicled the rise of the mobile economy. Before joining TUNE, I built the VB Insight research team at VentureBeat and managed teams creating software for partners like Intel and Disney. In addition, I've led technical teams, built social sites and mobile apps, and consulted on mobile, social, and IoT. In 2014, I was named to Folio's top 100 of the media industry's "most innovative entrepreneurs and market shaker-uppers.” I live in British Columbia, Canada with my family, where I coach baseball and hockey, though not at the same time.