Buy these stocks that Wall Street hates, BTIG says

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

Sometimes there are winners among the rubble.

BTIG strategists were counting on that when they screened the S&P 500, hunting for stocks with low valuations and recent lackluster or negative earnings revisions. Based on each company's history, they also found stocks with higher than usual short interest - or bigger than normal bets their stocks will fall.

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