Given the strong rally since the U.S. presidential election, the billionaire hedge fund manager thinks the stock market is "reasonably fully valued," so investors should temper their enthusiasm about the potential gains ahead and instead focus on individual companies.
"I find myself very comfortable with the stocks that I own, which we think are value [stocks], but on the overall market, I'm fairly neutral to mildly positive," he said.
In this candid conversation, Cooperman shares his investment approach, and is joined by Wharton finance professor Jeremy Siegel to debate market valuations. Other topics include:
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