Goldman Sachs' top 10 stocks with the greatest upside potential before they reach the price...

Goldman Sachs' top 10 stocks with the greatest upside potential before they reach the price target assigned by the firm: AAPL, GT, PRU, AMAT, JOY, F, DFS, WMB, SWN, NOV.
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  • Michael O'Neill
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    Apple is clearly so undervalued (PE of 7x less the $137bn of cash it holds), and generating more than a $bn of new cash weekly. It is so profitably and has so many new growth opportunities it has to be the stock buy of the year.
    6 Feb 2013, 01:33 PM Reply Like
  • redponydoc
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    That's the problem.


    The new paradigm in America is to bash success. Look at the latest presidential campaign. Wall Street is infected with the same politically-correct fashionable nonsense.


    If AAPL operated essentially as a non-profit charity, like Amazon, it's stock would be soaring.
    6 Feb 2013, 01:53 PM Reply Like
  • Lang
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    Yah right.
    7 Feb 2013, 01:24 AM Reply Like
  • wil3714
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    What success is also getting bashed in America??


    I dont get the analogy of Wallstreet and politics.
    8 Feb 2013, 10:32 PM Reply Like
  • Tdot
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    Well, you can start with The Regime continually insisting on throwing gasoline on the raging flames of class warfare, blaming "the rich" for ballooning budget deficits it created, and the hyper-inflating national debt it took over since it took office.


    So yeah, anyone who has been mildly successful in life, or has the audacity to have started a small business, or a household with a full time dual-income situation, is at risk of falling into the Great Maw of the Great Regime Leader's tax policies, which were specifically designed to placate its largest constituent groups - those making under $50k household, and especially those paying little or no taxes, living on government entitlements.


    Have you run an estimate on your tax refund yet? If your income is in excess of a middle class $100k, then expect it to be about half of what it was last year. Apparently a lot of things were allowed to expired (or were forced) that were never discussed openly, and it was done retroactively on the sly. Which is why the IRS forms and tax tables were delayed to the end of January - they had to be redone because of the tax policies of The Re-Elected and Energized and Empowered Regime's Greatly Beloved Leader. Enjoy!
    9 Feb 2013, 10:36 AM Reply Like
  • grox01
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    And what are the target prices for each stock?
    6 Feb 2013, 07:41 PM Reply Like
  • wiesje
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    Apple's worst enemy is the press and every author and analyst on the Globe , whom are all involved in this complete "over-kill" on news on Apple. Apple had been put under a magnifying-glass, it must be extremely tough on the board, it's stalking at its most insane behavior.
    other fantastic US stocks doing very well are getting no attention at all be it Exxon or GE, or Coca Cola or BOA and same here in Europe it's all abt Apple, no wonder the stock can't get a breather, everybody is all over it. also here in Europe there is 24 hr coverage Bloomberg, CNBC and than this maniac Jim Cramer who analyses stock as Disney Cartoons shouting and yelling calling Apple a buy at 650, 600, 550 and then at 450 he says the stock has lost it self, do these guys actually get paid for this crap ?
    7 Feb 2013, 12:14 AM Reply Like
  • Jballa
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    Wiesje, welcome to the Red, White, and Blue (USA)...home of the greatest clowns on earth: Ronald McDonald, Bozo, and of course Jim Cramer. If we can pay Tom Cruise (incidentally another clown) $20 million to make a movie, then we can surely pay Jim Cramer a few bananas while we watch our money go up in smoke!
    7 Feb 2013, 05:43 AM Reply Like
  • jkt1234
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    Price target for each stock was not mentioned?!
    7 Feb 2013, 01:05 AM Reply Like
  • hawkjd
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    DFS...a great pick !!


    it is hard to see how they overlooked ENH(Endurance Holdings)
    7 Feb 2013, 03:03 AM Reply Like
  • hawkjd
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    DFS, a fabulous idea


    not sure how they overlooked ENH (Endurance Holdings) !!!
    7 Feb 2013, 03:03 AM Reply Like
  • jog123
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    if golmand-sachs recommended these stocks i would be dumpping then now because you know that at the same time they are shorting them. classic maneuver for them.
    7 Feb 2013, 02:40 PM Reply Like
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