The drop in stocks this year has prompted many on Wall Street to look at a previously underappreciated part of the market: value. Value stocks are names that typically trade at low multiples of the broader market and have stable fundamentals. In recent years, investors have shunned valuable names in favor of their growth partners – companies with high growth expectations relative to the broader market. Over the past five years, the SPDR Portfolio S&P 500 Growth ETF (SPYV) has gained 87%, while the value-oriented SPYV fund has grown only 37% in that time. However, some on Wall Street have recently expressed their preference for value investing in the current market conditions. In June, AQR Capital Management co-founder Cliff Asness said value stocks are more attractive than bulls — even after this year’s correction sent the S&P 500 into a bear market. . “We stick with it [value] because we always like some value in the portfolio. And we like it even more when it looks very, very cheap,” Asness said on CNBC’s “Closing Bell.” More recently, Goldman Sachs said it’s time for value to ultimately win over growth, with investors Cormac Conners analyst notes: “Current relative valuations in equity markets imply that the Value factor will generate strong returns over the medium term. With this in mind, CNBC Pro screened the SPDR S&P 500 Value ETF (SPYV) Portfolio for stocks that meet the following criteria: Buy ratings from more than 50% of analysts recommend refer to them Average price target of at least 20% Lower than S&P 500’s Price-Earnings Ratio Here are the top 10 names with the highest upside potential that have made the cut. FactSet data shows a potential upside is Dish Network, with analysts on average expecting the stock to rise nearly 78% from current levels, FactSet data shows. refers to the percentage of shares they buy.To be sure, stocks have struggled this year, down 40%.Another stock that hasn’t made our list is News Corp. Two-thirds of the shares. Media company analysts rate it a buy, with an implied average price target of 55% up from current levels News Corp stock is down more than 20% in 2022, but is up 12% in the third quarter, outperformed the broader market at the time. Semiconductor giant Micron also made the cut, with 66% of analysts rating it as a buy and an average gain of 31%. To be sure, shares of Micron have fallen more than 8% over the past three months, after the company said in late June that weak consumer demand would hurt sales of smartphone memory chips. Analysts also favor FedEx in the value group, with 58% of them rating a forwarder and logistics company purchase. On top of that, the median price target among analysts implies a 39% increase from current levels. Shares have come under pressure in 2022, falling 19% in that time. However, Todd Fowler of KeyBanc thinks the stock could be a future winner. “We believe concerns around the recently downgraded macro outlook and associated performance have been diminishing. We understand guidance confidence is important; however, we see potential.” increased with only slight improvement and additional support from a more disciplined capital deployment,” Fowler, who acknowledged the rating on FedEx, said in a note Thursday. Fowler’s price target is $325 per share, about 55% above where the stock traded on Friday. Other names shortlisted are: Halliburton, DuPont, Tapestry, Phillips 66, United Rentals and Bath & Body Works.