Goldman Sachs just dumped a trade recommendation that’s crushed the market over the past 2 years. Here’s why, and what it means for investors.

Goldman Sachs analysts have pulled the plug on a stock market recommendation that they made consistently over the past two years.   Companies with strong balance sheets no longer have an edge over firms with weaker assets, they said. They outlined the reasons why, and what this reversal means for the current investing landscape. 

The strong run for companies with strong balance sheets is over for now, according to Goldman Sachs. 

The firm’s equity strategists

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