The major averages are down 7 percent or more since the beginning of the year, creating some opportunities for investors willing to get back into the market.
RegentAtlantic Capital CIO Chris Cordaro tells CNBC's "Power Lunch" on Wednesday this will be the year of value stocks.
"Over the last 90 years, value has outperformed growth by over 1 percent annually. History doesn't repeat, but it rhymes," Cordaro said.
One of his top picks is Ford due to low oil prices. "Trucks and SUVs sell. They have a great line up and the best truck F series," Cordaro said.
RDM Financial Group President and CEO Ron Weiner is betting on big U.S. companies. "It is popular wisdom that Europe is cheap, but I trust the U.S. more.," Weiner said.
Ford, Home Deport and Starbucks are lower during trading.