- Goldman Sachs recommends being overweight U.S. equities because of expected loose fiscal policies and because, as they have stated, valuations don’t matter.
- Goldman expects a 3% yearly return on a moderate risk portfolio.
- I’ll touch on what the average Goldman client is risking for their 3% yearly return.
Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) recently released its 2017 market outlook. It shouldn’t be a surprise that the outlook is positive. It’s in their interest for stocks and the economy to continue to thrive as GS makes its money from IPO commissions, asset management fees, etc.
Despite the conflict of interest, their positive outlook will most probably be correct at the end of 2017, but there is something more important than being right or wrong on a yearly forecast.
Today we’ll discuss Goldman’s view and analyze the possible impacts on our portfolios. More →