NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- The S&P 500 may be up more than 9% year-to-date, but not everything rises with the tide. Here's a roundup of the index's 10 worst-performing stocks. The companies range from a video-game maker to an energy supplier, to a tire maker. Their losses ranged from 8.4% to 18.7%, as of Feb. 28.
That's a stark contrast to the average year-to-date percentage change of stocks on the Russell 3000: up 13.6%, according to a report by Bespoke on Feb. 17. Tech stocks are leading the gains with materials, consumer discretionary, industrials and energy sectors following closely behind. The sector that's performed the worst is utilities, which on average have declined 1.6% on the Russell 3000. Still, that's nothing compared to losses behind these stocks. Reasons for their downturns range from missed earnings results, to negative corporate announcements and poor management. Some of the names are leftover from our list of ten worst-performing S&P stocks in January . TheStreet Ratings puts many of the worst performing stocks on hold. However, there are a few names that analysts say may be worth a look for investors who can take a long term position. Are there bargains in the lot? Click through to the end for the worst-performing stock so far this year: