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GOLDMAN SACHS: Buy these 18 stocks to profit from economic growth — and receive regular cash payments in the process

Business Insider Friday, 9 November 2018 ()
GOLDMAN SACHS: Buy these 18 stocks to profit from economic growth — and receive regular cash payments in the process· The stock market is at a point where strong economic growth can hurt it. That's because any resulting rate hikes from the Federal Reserve could lessen the appeal of equities versus bonds.
· Goldman Sachs says that companies returning cash to shareholders tend to outperform during these periods of economic expansion.
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