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"I'm finding a lot of stocks that are attractively priced," said the hedge fund manager. "My largest position is Google [meaning Alphabet shares, the company that owns Google]. "
Cooperman said Alphabet trades at 19 times next year's earnings and is able to grow its sales at 20 percent per year. He likes how it has a "fortress balance sheet."
"Amazon is changing the whole landscape of retailing," Cooperman said.
The investor is bullish on financial stocks as he predicts rates will rise, boosting the sector's earnings prospects.
Cooperman also forecasts oil prices will increase to $60 per barrel.
Cooperman founded Omega Advisors in 1991. The firm has approximately $3.7 billion in assets under management, according to its website.
His firm in May to a $4.9 million settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission after allegations of insider trading. As part of the settlement, Omega Advisors admitted to no wrongdoing.