GOLDMAN: Here are the 16 most overpriced stocks in the market

Goldman Sachs expects the stock market to rally every year for years to come.

But not every stock in the market should be expected to do well.

In their new quarterly chartbook for clients, Goldman Sachs’ David Kostin and his team identify the stocks offering the most downside relative to Goldman analysts’ price targets.

We picked out the 16 stocks with more than 10% downside to their targets.

Names include a number of well known brands such as Intel, Under Armour and Cablevision. No one industry dominates the list.

Check them out below.

Under Armour Inc.

Ticker: UA

Industry: Cyclical Consumer Goods & Services, Apparel & Accessories

Recent Price: $US96.78

Downside to Target: 10.1%

FirstEnergy Corp.

Ticker: FE

Industry: Utilities, Electric Utilities

Recent Price: $US31.31

Downside to Target: 10.6%

Flowserve Corp.

Flowserve

Ticker: FLS

Industry: Industrials, Pump & Pumping Equipment

Recent Price: $US41.14

Downside to Target: 12.5%

Celgene Corp.

Ticker: CELG

Industry: Healthcare, Bio Therapeutic Drugs

Recent Price: $US108.17

Downside to Target: 14.0%

Total System Services

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Ticker: TSS

Industry: Technology, IT Services & Consulting

Recent Price: $US45.43

Downside to Target: 14.2%

Motorola Solutions

Motorola

Ticker: MSI

Industry: Technology, Communications & Networking

Recent Price: $US68.38

Downside to Target: 15.2%

Cablevision Systems

Ticker: CVC

Industry: Cyclical Consumer Goods & Services, Cable Service Providers

Recent Price: $US32.47

Downside to Target: 19.9%

NVIDIA Corp.

Nvidia

Ticker: NVDA

Industry: Technology, Semiconductors

Recent Price: $US24.65

Downside to Target: 27.0%

Sigma-Aldrich Corp.

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Inside a clean room at Sigma-Aldrich.

Ticker: SIAL

Industry: Basic Materials, Specialty Chemicals

Recent Price: $US138.92

Downside to Target: 28.0%

Transocean Ltd.

Transocean

Ticker: RIG

Industry: Energy, Oil & Gas Drilling

Recent Price: $US12.92

Downside to Target: 61.3%

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