Despite Goldman Sachs beating on earnings per share and revenue estimates for the fiscal fourth-quarter, not many investors had good things to say about the stock.

In fact, shares went lower in the two days following its earnings results. It made you think that Goldman Sachs "reported a hideous, horrible quarter where everything was bad and there was nothing good," TheStreet's Jim Cramer said on CNBC's "Mad Dash" segment.


    Submit a Comment
     Name : 

Who Upvoted this Story