Here's Why Investors Were Disappointed With Goldman Sachs
Investors weren't overly impressed with the quarterly results reported by Goldman Sachs on Thursday morning. Trading revenue was down; a theme seen across the banking industry in 2013. Should investors be concerned or is there still value to be had in buying shares of the giant investment bank?
In this segment of The Motley Fool's financials-focused show, Where the Money Is, banking analysts Matt Koppenheffer and David Hanson discuss the details of Goldman's earnings and why the stock still looks attractive.
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