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Despite losing a quarter of their value in December, Ollie's shares gained nearly 25% in 2018.
With its cryptocurrency ambitions abandoned and its cloud business evaporating, things look bleak for Xunlei.
Hess stock saw big sell-offs in December and ended 2018 down 14.7% on the year, but shares have bounced back in 2019.
The automotive e-commerce stock posted big gains in December but still traded down roughly 22% across 2018.
December's big sell-off meant that Rite Aid stock closed out 2018 down 64% on the year.
Sonos stock closed 2018 down roughly 34.5% from its initial public offering price.
Boingo stock ended the year with another month of double-digit declines, but it still closed out 2018 up 8.6%.
The social media company's stock lost nearly half of its value last year.
Baozun stock posted another month of double-digit sell-offs in December and ended 2018 down roughly 7.5%.
Symantec stock saw a double-digit slide in the last month of 2018 and ended the year down roughly 33%.
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Funko stock closed out 2018 down substantially from its lifetime high, but its share price still nearly doubled across the year's trading.
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Etsy stock hit a bit of turbulence at the end of December, but shares still more than doubled across 2018's trading.
Big sell-offs last month caused DISH to be down roughly 48% for 2018.
December was another month of big swings for Carvana, but the stock ended 2018 up more than 70% on the year.
Intelsat stock saw a double-digit decline last month, but it closed out the year up more than 500%.
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