The 'real opportunity' for investors is in coronavirus epicenter stocks, says Fundstrat's Tom Lee

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Stocks that have been beaten up as a result of the coronavirus continue to present investors with significant upside as the broader market sets fresh records, according to Fundstrat Global Advisors founder Tom Lee.  

"They haven't really participated in this move to new highs. Many of them are still 50% off their highs, and I think that's where the real opportunity is, especially if the economy reopens," Lee said on "Power Lunch."