The Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (NYSE: GS), had full-year 2017 revenues of $32 billion and pre-tax earnings of $11.13 billion. The company ended the year with $1.49 trillion in assets under management with net inflows of $42 billion. As of March 2018 the company's market cap stood at $104 billion.  

In early March of 2018, it was revealed that co-president and COO of Goldman, Harvey Schwartz, planned to retire in April. This revelation put fellow co-president David Solomon on the path of becoming the next CEO of the financial powerhouse. Solomon will eventually succeed Lloyd Blankfein, 63, who has indicated that he may step down as early as later on in 2018. 

Here are the mutual funds with the largest ownership of Goldman Sachs shares.

Vanguard Total Stock Market Index Fund ("VTSMX")

The Vanguard Total Stock Market Index Fund ("VTSMX") is the mutual fund that holds the largest amount of Goldman Sachs stock, at 8.2 million shares or 2.19% of the company. The fund was created in 1992 and gives broad exposure to the total US. stock market by including small-, mid- and large-cap growth and value stocks. The fund has $681.9 billion in net assets invested in 3,620 stocks. Goldman Sachs shares represents 0.31% of the fund's total assets. The fund is up 19.96% over the last year as of March 12, 2018. The three-year average annual return is 11.98% and the minimum investment is $3,000.

Dodge and Cox Stock Fund  ("DODGX") 

The Dodge and Cox Stock Fund ("DODGX") has $71.7 billion in assets and is the second largest mutual fund holder of Goldman Sachs. As of March 12, 2018, Goldman Sachs was its tenth largest portfolio bet totaling 2.54% of its assets. The fund owns 7 million shares, amounting to a 1.89% stake in the company. The fund invests in undervalued stocks for long-term growth and income. It is invested in 71 companies, with a 28.47% allocation in the financial services sector. It has a 18.33% annual return for 2017. The fund has an annualized three-year return of 12.62%. The minimum investment is $2,500, or $1,000 for an IRA initial investment.

SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average ETF ("DIA")

The SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average ETF (DIA) is a passively managed fund that mirrors investments into 30 stocks that comprise the underlying index. This fund, with $23.06 billion in assets under management, holds 6.25 million shares or 1.70% of Goldman Sachs. The company is the DIA's second largest portfolio bet, amounting to 7.34% of its assets. Financials are a big part of its investments with the sector receiving 20.51% weight in its portfolio. As of Feb 28, 2018 this fund has delivered a YTD return of 1.45%.

Vanguard 500 Index Fund Investor Shares ("VFINX")

The Vanguard 500 Index Fund ("VFINX") is the fourth-largest mutual fund holder of Goldman Sachs, with 6.1 million shares as of January 31, 2018. The fund is the industry's first index fund for individual investors and is invested in 507 stocks, covering a diversified spectrum of the largest US. companies to mirror the Standard & Poor's (S&P) 500 Index. The fund's total net assets are $410.4 billion, with a 16.9% allocation in the financial services sector. Goldman Sachs shares represents 0.39% of the fund's total assets. As of March 9, 2018, the fund's one-year performance stands at 20.01% with a three-year average annual return of 12.43%. The minimum investment is $3,000.

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