Goldman Sachs’ Abby Joseph Cohen says the improving economy makes for a bullish outlook for equities. Cohen tells Bloomberg Surveillance that with the economy growing at about 3% and corporate earnings growing in the high single digits, she thinks the S&P 500’s fair value will be about 2150 a year from now.
In a new report, Goldman Sachs says that stocks are as attractive compared to bonds as they’ve been at any time in the last generation, and that investors would be wise to shun bonds and focus on equities. “Given current valuations, we think it’s time to say a ‘long good bye’ to bonds, and embrace the ’long good buy’ for equities as we expect them to embark on an upward trend over the next few… Read More
Goldman Sachs Senior Investment Strategist Abby Joseph Cohen says Goldman believes we’re in a new bull market, and that the S&P 500 should be at 1050 to 1100 by year-end. “We are beginning to see improvement, even in the labor market,” Cohen told CNBC. “We do think that the new bull market has begun. … [But] don’t expect it to look to look like a ‘V’; expect it to look like a series of upward… Read More