Overall, the S&P Retail Index jumped 23.2% for the year to date period to 506.89.
Given this, TheStreet used I-Metrix to rank the biggest retail losers of 2010. It is worth noting that out of the 10 stocks that saw the largest declines, four were women's apparel retailers. This doesn't come as a surprise, since women were among the first to pull back on spending amid the recession. These retailers were also struggling prior to the economic downturn following a string of fashion misses. Here's a complete look at the 10 biggest losers and which are poised to rebound in 2011, and which will continue to underperform the sector.
Given this all of this, which depressed retail stock will see the biggest recovery in 2011?