Goldman's Assessment Of 100 Stocks In One Huge Chart

Goldman Sachs has mapped 100 large countries based on growth and value as estimated by its in-house analysts. 

Here’s how it works

A stock on the upper left is a stock with substantial value but little growth, while a stock on the bottom right is a stock that has growth potential but does not have much value.

If you’re looking for growth at a reasonable price (GARP), head to the upper right corner.  Subsequently, the bottom left corner of the chart is where Goldman sent stocks with very little growth and or value.

Growth Scores of 100 Largest Stocks

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