Two domain companies on the London AIM perform the best, but most stocks had a decent quarter.
The first quarter of the year came to a close yesterday, and it was a wild one for stocks. It was the biggest comeback in the history of the DOW for a quarter in which stocks ended up in positive territory.
Looking at just the start and finish of the quarter, most domain name stocks look like they tread water. There was a gut-wrenching drop for many of these stocks in between.
- Centralnic (LSE AIM: CNIC) closed 2015 at 48.50p and finished Q1 at 53.50p, an 10% increase.
- Minds + Machines (LSE AIM: MMX) jumped 10% to 9.25p in a turbulent quarter that saw its founder ousted.
- Tucows (NASDAQ: TCX) increased 9% to close the quarter at $22.45.
- Neustar (NYSE: NSR) was up 3% to $24.60.
- Verisign (NYSE: VRSN) moved up 1% to $88.54.
- GoDaddy (NYSE: GDDY) ended 2015 at $32.06 and finished Q1 at $32.33.
- Web.com (NASDAQ: WWWW) lost 19 cents to close at $19.82.
- Rightside (NASDAQ: NAME) was off slightly, dropping 3% from $8.30 to $8.05.
- Endurance International Group (NASDAQ: EIGI) was off 4% to finish at $10.53.