If the U.S. stock market ever got back to “normal,” a lot of companies already doing well would do even better, BTIG chief global analyst Dan Greenhaus told CNBC.
“People get bogged down in the details of Greece or whatever, but the fact is companies are executing and executing in not the best environment,” he said Monday. “If we get anything resembling a normalized environment, some of these companies are really going to take off.”
The retail investor hasn’t come back to equities “since the dot-com bubble. It’s never really gone back to where it was due to valuations,” he added.