Correct. But I sold my KMP when it hit $75 and the target price was $69. KMP traded up to $78 (my bad, I should have used a trailing stop with an ever increasing price until I sold it).
I never thought or hoped for the longs that it would trade down to $64.58 where it would provide a distribution yield plus price appreciation of 13.967%. I bought KMR instead which had higher upside returns.
Anyway, GS is conservative on the MLP targets and generally when an MLP hits the GS target price, it is a buy.