BOSTON (TheStreet) -- The selloff has put certain stocks on sale.The S&P 500 Index has slumped 10% from a 19-month high in April. And Greece's debt woes helped sink U.S. stocks again yesterday after they rebounded earlier in the session. Moody's downgraded Greece's credit rating by four levels to junk status. Investors should consider the following 10 companies. Each ranks as analysts' favorite pick within its respective sector. Euro-region pessimism presents an opportunity to bargain-hunt in U.S. markets. 10. Public Service Enterprise Group ( PEG - Get Report) is an electric and natural-gas utility in the Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic regions of the U.S. Quarter: First-quarter profit increased 11% to $491 million, or 97 cents a share, as revenue declined 6.2%. The operating margin rose from 24% to 25%. The company has $315 million of cash and $8.2 billion of debt, equal to a debt-to-equity ratio of 0.9. Stock: Public Service Enterprise Group has advanced 0.2% during the past year, lagging behind U.S. stock indices. It trades at a price-to-earnings ratio of 9.9 and a price-to-projected-earnings ratio of 11, 14% and 29% discounts to utility industry averages. Consensus: Of analysts covering Public Service Enterprise Group, 15, or 83%, advise purchasing its shares and three recommend holding them. Goldman Sachs ( GS expects the stock to gain 25% to $41. Deutsche Bank ( DB predicts that it will hit $28.
8. Virgin Media ( VMED provides entertainment and communications services in the U.K.
6. Activision Blizzard ( ATVI designs personal computer and console games.
5. Thermo Fisher Scientific ( TMO sells analytical instruments to life-sciences companies.
4. Steel Dynamics ( STLD makes steel, including flat-rolled and light structural.
1. TriQuint Semiconductor ( TQNT sells high-tech materials to communications companies.