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Goldman's high-growth stocks for slow-growth world

A Tesla Model S on display at the Mall at Short Hills, New Jersey.
Adam Jeffery | CNBC
A Tesla Model S on display at the Mall at Short Hills, New Jersey.

In a world of disappearing market returns and negative interest rates, the search for growth has become increasingly difficult, Goldman Sachs reminded clients this week.

Still, the firm believes there are a few names to consider.

"During the last 10 years, S&P 500 revenues have expanded at an annualized pace of 2.9 percent, nearly the slowest pace in history," Goldman market strategist David Kostin wrote in a note to clients Thursday.

This year, Goldman Sachs forecasts that sales will rise by a tepid 2 percent and that growth will only marginally improve the next three years.