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.
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