"We think it's worth in the mid-$600s again, and we're going to ride that horse," Cooperman said. "We think it's attractively priced, good free cash flow, more intelligent use of their capital than they had a few years ago in terms of returning money to shareholders."
For the overall market, Cooperman said that he expected modest returns."I think we could have a high single-digit return for the year," he said. "Very strongly believe the conditions that lead to a bear market are not present."
Cooperman also said he didn't see signs of a bubble in the overall market.
"We don't have much cash," he said. "We're reasonably fully invested, but we have a lot of borrowing capacity because we have no leverage."
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Cooperman invoked legendary investor Sir John Templeton's famous quote, "Bull markets are born on pessimism, grown on skepticism, mature on optimism and die on euphoria."
"I don't see any signs of euphoria in the market," Cooperman said. "Multiples are reasonably valued. Twenty-five percent of all stocks are yielding more than bonds, which is an attractive condition. Recessions cause bear markets because bear markets discount recession. There's no sign of recession. Economic data is looking a little bit better."