With market turmoil, most Wall Street investors now favor dividend-paying stocks and year-end value names, according to CNBC’s new Delivering Alpha investor survey. The S&P 500 hit a new market low on Monday, wiping out its previous low in June and extending its decline from its all-time high to 24%. We polled about 400 CFOs, equity strategists, portfolio managers and CNBC contributors who manage money, asking where they were in the markets for the rest of 2022 and beyond. The survey was conducted this week. About a third of respondents said they are more likely to buy stocks paying high dividends now. Unlike growth stocks, dividend stocks typically don’t offer dramatic price appreciation, but they do provide investors with a stable source of income in times of uncertainty. A dividend is a portion of a company’s earnings that is paid to shareholders. The three most popular dividend exchange-traded funds are the Vanguard Dividend Appreciation ETF, the Vanguard High Dividend Yield ETF, and the Schwab US Dividend Equity ETF. When asked which three sectors will be the biggest winners over the next year, investors chose health care, energy and financials, which lean toward the value side of the market, according to the survey. Energy has been the only S&P 500 sector in the green this year with a 26% gain. Health care and financials have fared better than growth stocks, down 14% and 22% this year, respectively. The survey also showed that the biggest worry among investors right now is that the Fed will be too aggressive.