Amid another battering for stocks Monday, billionaire businessman Donald Trump contended that markets still look overvalued.
"I hope I'm wrong, but I think we're in a big, fat, juicy bubble," the Republican presidential candidate said on CNBC's "Power Lunch."
Major U.S. stock averages were down more than 2 percent each Monday afternoon, continuing a rocky year in which the S&P 500 has fallen 10 percent. Fears about slowing growth in the United States and around the globe have contributed to the recent selling.
Trump, who was in New Hampshire ahead of Tuesday's primary voting, criticized the state of the economy and touted his plans to trim U.S. tax rates and increase competitiveness with China, which has had recent problems of its own.