NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Recently the Dow Jones Industrial Average ( DJIA) removed three stocks from its membership roster and added three new stocks in their place. The stocks that were kicked out: Alcoa ( AA), Bank of America ( BAC) and Hewlett-Packard ( HP). The stocks added: Visa ( V), Nike ( NKE) and Goldman Sachs ( GS).I wrote about this change in another publication and why, in my opinion, it took so long for Visa to be added. I also analyzed the worthiness of Visa as a Dow member. Ultimately, what I determined is that Visa is a great stock that is worthy of the Dow, and its membership has been a long time in the making. But what about Goldman Sachs? Why was it finally chosen as a DJIA member and is it actually worthy?