Worst Stocks of 2010, Fortune 500 Edition

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 |  Includes: DF, FMCC, FNMA, HRB, RAD, UIS, WINN, YRCW
by: FinancePM10b

While the market is up about 12% YTD, many Fortune 500 companies don’t exactly fit into this trend. CNN Money put together a list of the worst stocks in 2010, based on performance. Read the article to see more information about the biggest losers as of Dec. 10, 2010. See the list on the next page.

10. Winn-Dixie Stores (WINN, -30%)

9. Unisys (UIS, -34%)

8. Rite Aid (RAD, -40%)

7. H&R Block (HRB-42%)

6. Dean Foods (DF, -52%)

5. Fannie Mae (Delisted from NYSE, now OTCQB:FNMA)

4. Blockbuster (-79%; filed for Chapter 11 in September)

3. Freddie Mac (Delisted from NYSE, now OTCQB:FMCC)

2. YRC Worldwide (YRCW, -85%)

1. Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. (-92%; filed Chapter 11 in Dec)