Most analysts on Wall Street are telling clients to stay away from shares of fast-food chain Shake Shack or hotel chains like Hyatt and Marriott International . However, Goldman Sachs loves them. The Wall Street firm published its "out-of-consensus" stock picks, or those names that Goldman likes far more than the average Wall Street shop does. Deep Mehta, a vice president at Goldman, said he and his team looked for equities that may be solid picks based on their research but unloved by most of Wall Street. "These names appear underappreciated by the market and could generate alpha for investors with a contrarian view," Mehta told clients. The list of stocks are buy-rated names that the majority of Wall Street assigns a neutral or sell rating. Goldman's 2022 estimates for earnings or EBIDTA need to be 2% above the Street. Plus, these names all have 10% or most upside, based on Goldman's 12-month price target. Take a look at Goldman's out-of-consensus stock list. Goldman's list spanned a variety of investment styles and included trades popular with investors betting on a robust economic recovery as well as some popular, energy-related trades. In terms of reopening plays, Goldman likes Hyatt Hotels, Marriott International, United Airlines and Las Vegas Sands . Only 13% of the analysts covering Hyatt Hotels give it a buy rating, while Goldman sees it rallying 20% in the next 12 months. About a third of Marriott analysts give it a buy rating. Goldman expects the hotel chain to gain 14% in the next year. United Airlines and Las Vegas Sands have 41% and 47% of analysts rating it a buy, respectively. Goldman expects the pair to advance 33% and 73% in the next 12 months. Goldman also likes energy stocks Cheniere Energy Partners and Occidental Petroleum . Cheniere Energy has the least amount of buy rating on the list, coming in at 10%. However, Goldman sees the stock gaining 14% by next year. Occidental Petroleum has less than half buy ratings and is expected to grow 40% in the next 12 months. The Wall Street firm also likes burger-chain Shake Shack , which has less than half of its analysts giving it a buy rating. Goldman sees Shake Shack gaining 16% in the next 12 months. Vaccine-maker Moderna is forecast to surge 63% in the next year, according to Goldman, yet only 41% of analysts give it a buy rating. American Express , Tyson Foods, SL Green Realty , KeyCorp and Intuitive Surgical also earned spots on Goldman's "out-of-consensus" list. — with reporting from CNBC's Michael Bloom.
A person wearing a protective glove holds a bag outside Shake Shack during the coronavirus pandemic on April 20, 2020 in New York City.