Tech stocks have taken great leaps forwards but have been tempered by the news of a Trump presidency and Brexit drama, so it remains to be seen whether resources and human talent are affected going forward. Looking ahead, the landscape is bound to change dramatically as investors should experience more IPOs, and as ever, technologies becoming better and cheaper.
This list was generated using The Globe and Mail’s market data filter and does not include companies with a market cap of less than $10 million. Companies within the computer software and processing sector are considered. There are only 24 listed companies; most listees made gains, with only six recording losses over the year’s trading. Here is a closer look at the top five best performing for 2016.
Bluedrop Performance Learning (TSXV:BPL)
Breaking Data (TSXV:BKD)