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Leon Cooperman says stocks are still the best game in town. Here are his top picks

Leon Cooperman at the 2019 Delivering Alpa conference in New York on Sept. 19. 2019.
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Billionaire investor Leon Cooperman said Wednesday he has become less optimistic about the market given the geopolitical risks, but he still believes that stocks are the best asset for investors right now.

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