Even if the S&P 500 benchmark remains pricey in comparison to its historical average and taking interest rates into consideration
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. sees lucrative possibilities opening up in US stocks.
The S&P 500 Index's risk-reward ratio is still unappealing, but strategists, including David J. Kostin.
Noted in a report dated October 14 that "the degree of value dispersion within the equities market is considerable.
Stocks with faster cash flow production, value, profitable growth, cyclicals, and small caps are prospects in their eyes.
On a day when the S&P 500 benchmark ended below its base-case year-end objective of 3,600, Goldman's report noting certain bargains was released.