According to the document sent to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the investment bank generated $9.74 billion over the period.
Figures showed that bankers working for the financial services provider made over $25 million on each day of the three-month period.
On 35 days of the quarter, traders generated more than $100 million, the filing revealed.
Samuel Robinson, a Goldman Sachs spokesman, told Bloomberg in an email: âThis is the first time we have reported zero trading loss days in a quarter.
âWe believe it shows the strength of our customer franchise and risk management.â
Rival investment bank Morgan Stanley recorded a loss of $30 million during four days over the quarter.
Meanwhile, Goldman Sachs has forecast that a number of law suits will be filed against it by shareholders.
The SEC has accused the bank and vice-president Fabrice Tourre of deliberately misleading investors over the details of an investment product from 2007.
In the statement, the bank said: âWe anticipate that additional putative shareholder derivative actions and other litigation may be filed.â
By Jim Ottewill