As states are dealing with new, more contagious strains of COVID-19, vaccine distribution has also been an issue; with seniors across the U.S. struggling to get their recommended doses.
In these unprecedented times, however, the news is not all bad. There are plenty of companies that have done well in 2020 and continuing into 2021, as the venerable stock index continues to set record highs in the face of a pandemic. And while that does have plenty of veteran market watchers scratching their heads, the fact remains that many investors are making money even as America continues to grapple with a generational crisis.
So which companies appear to be capitalizing on uncertain times? Take a look at how these stocks performed in 2020.
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