David Kostin, chief U.S. equity strategist at Goldman Sachs, is out with his quarterly chartbook for U.S. equities. 

In it, Kostin and his team take a look at the stocks that have the most upside and downside to Goldman's price targets.

On this quarter's list of the stocks with the biggest upside are tech high-flyers like eBay, salesforce.com and, of course, Netflix. Industrial names like U.S. Steel and PACCAR are also on the list.

Over the first half of the year, the S&P 500 may have gained 7%, but according to Goldman, the 20 stocks with the most price target upside could land investors a 26% to 51% increase.

20) TJX Companies

Ticker: TJX

Price as of June 30: $53.15

Upside to target: 26.1%

 Comment: For the first quarter, TJX reported revenue that increased 5% to $6.5 billion on comparable store sales that increased 1%. 

Source: Goldman Sachs



19) Range Resources

Ticker: RRC

Price as of June 30: $86.95

Upside to target: 26.5%

 Comment: On June 26, the company announced marketing and transport agreements with subsidiaries of Energy Transfer Partners and Cheniere Energy. 

Source: Goldman Sachs



18) General Motors

Ticker: GM

Price as of June 30: $36.30

Upside to target: 26.7%

Comment: On June 30, General Motors recalled another 8.45 million vehicles. The next day, the company reported U.S. vehicle sales that grew 1% in June, better than the 6.3% decline expected by analysts. 

Source: Goldman Sachs



17) Urban Outfitters

Ticker: URBN

Price as of June 30: $33.86

Upside to target: 27%

Comment: On May 27, Urban Outfitters announced that its board approved a 10 million share repurchase authorization.  

Source: Goldman Sachs



16) Ross Stores

Ticker: ROST

Price as of June 30: $66.13

Upside to target: 27%

Comment: Shares of Ross Stores are down more than 11% year-to-date.

Source: Goldman Sachs



15) Thermo Fisher Scientific

Ticker: TMO

Price as of June 30: $118

Upside to target: 27.1%

Comments: Thermo Fisher is scheduled to report second quarter earnings on July 23; analysts are expecting earnings per share of $1.62 on revenue of $4.25 billion. 

Source: Goldman Sachs



14) PACCAR

Ticker: PCAR

Price as of June 30: $62.83

Upside to target: 27.3%

Comment: PACCAR, which makes light- medium-, and heavy-duty trucks, increased its quarterly dividend in April. 

Source: Goldman Sachs



13) salesforce.com

Ticker: CRM

Price as of June 30: $58.08

Upside to target: 27.4%

Comment: Late last month, BI's Julie Bort noted that salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff sold nearly $24 million of stock over about three weeks; the sales, however, were prescheduled.

Source: Goldman Sachs



12) Wynn Resorts

Ticker: WYNN

Price as of June 30: $207.56

Upside to target: 27.7%

Comment: The company's first quarter revenue grew 14.2%, driven mostly by a revenue increase from its Macau operations.  

Source: Goldman Sachs



11) eBay

Ticker: EBAY

Price as of June 30: $50.06

Upside to target: 27.8%

Comment: There is currently an Italian village for sale on eBay for $333,000. 

Source: Goldman Sachs



10) Cerner

Ticker: CERN

Price as of June 30: $51.58

Upside to target: 28%

Comment: On May 27, Cerner announced a $100 million expansion to its stock repurchase agreement. The company will report second quarter earnings on July 24. 

Source: Goldman Sachs



9) Simon Property Group

Ticker: SPG

Price as of June 30: $166.28

Upside to target: 28.7%

Comment: On June 19, Simon announced that Andrew Juster will be named CFO in early 2015 following the retirement of Stephen Sterrett.  

Source: Goldman Sachs



8) Regeneron Pharmaceuticals

Ticker: REGN

Price as of June 30: $282.47

Upside to target: 28.9%

Comment: The company announced on June 27 that its EYLEA Injection was recommended for approval by European Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use to treat visual impairment due to diabetic macular edema.

Source: Goldman Sachs



7) Goodyear Tire & Rubber

Ticker: GT

Price as of June 30: $27.78

Upside to target: 29.6%

Comment: For the first quarter, Goodyear reported revenue of $4.5 billion, down from $4.9 billion a year ago. 

Source: Goldman Sachs



6) United States Steel

Ticker: X

Price as of June 30: $26.04

Upside to target: 30.6%

Comment: On June 27, U.S. Steel was replaced by Martin Marietta Materials in the S&P 500.  

Source: Goldman Sachs



5) Netflix

Ticker: NFLX

Price as of June 30: $440.60

Upside to target: 33.9%

Comment: According to its website, Netflix is hiring someone in the U.K. to watch Netflix. Shares of the streaming video service have also doubled over the last year.

Source: Goldman Sachs



4) PVH Corp.

Ticker: PVH

Price as of June 30: $116.60

Upside to target: 37.2%

Comment: On June 25, a report on Forbes said that short interest in shares of PVH decreased 15%.  

Source: Goldman Sachs



3) Cabot Oil & Gas

Ticker: COG

Price as of June 30: $34.14

Upside to target: 40.6%

Comment: Cabot will report second quarter earnings on July 24. Analysts are expecting earnings per share of $0.25 on revenue of $522.53 million. 

Source: Goldman Sachs



2) Delta Air Lines

Ticker: DAL

Price as of June 30: $38.72

Upside to target: 49.8%

Comment: Delta recently announced that in June, consolidated passenger unit revenue, or PRASM, or June rose 4.5% over the prior year.  

Source: Goldman Sachs



1) Michael Kors

Ticker: KORS

Price as of June 30: $88.65

Upside to target: 51.2%

Comment: Shares of Michael Kors went bonkers in February after its first quarter earnings, making Michael Kors a billionaire. 

Source: Goldman Sachs



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