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GOLDMAN SACHS: Here's how to clean up in the market through the end of the year

For a stock market that's hovered near record highs for the better part of two months, there's a surprising lack of confidence that equities will finish the year on a tear. The average year-end forecast across 20 Wall Street strategists calls for the S&P 500 to remain largely unchanged from current levels after rising roughly 8% in the first half of the year. And even the most bullish strategist, Jonathan Golub from RBC Capital Markets, has a year-end price target of 2,600, which would mark a gain of just 7% for the benchmark over the next six months.
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