"If you believe the economy is going to grow and interest rates are going to stay where they are, they're not overvalued," Leon Cooperman told CNBC on Tuesday.
"In terms of my long-term outlook, to be honest with you, stocks are the best place to be, but I just wouldn't expect much from the major averages."
"I suspect the market will be lower a year from today," Leon Cooperman told CNBC on Friday, one day after the S&P 500 notched a record close.
"If the wealth tax passes, go out and buy yourself some gold because people are going to rush to find ways of hiding their wealth," the billionaire told CNBC.
Billionaire investor Leon Cooperman said Thursday he believes GameStop's stock price will eventually come back to a normal level.
"There's a meaningful chunk of the market today that's in euphoria," the billionaire investor told CNBC.
Cooperman said he has a position in healthcare insurer Cigna, which beat on the top and bottom lines of its quarterly results on Thursday.
Billionaire investor Leon Cooperman believes technology stocks' sky-high valuations are justifiable when interest rates are at historic lows.
"Who pays for the party when the party is over?" investment titan Leon Cooperman told CNBC on Friday.
Leon Cooperman was born to working-class Polish immigrants and is now worth $2.5 billion.
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Democrat Joe Biden "seems like a good man, but we've got to make sure he's strong and resolute in his views," Leon Cooperman told CNBC.
Billionaire investor Leon Cooperman warned on CNBC that market returns could be lackluster for a "long time."
Leon Cooperman of Omega Family Office is invested in Mr. Cooper, a mortgage-servicing company and Energy Transfer Equity, among others.
Robinhood traders "are just doing stupid things, and in my opinion, this will end in tears," Cooperman said.
Cooperman said that while he's confident the market may have found its bottom, he's not convinced stocks will post a sharp rebound.
Bailouts would "avoid the huge surge in unemployment, and they will get a return on their investment," billionaire Leon Cooperman said.
SEC Chairman Jay Clayton said Monday that the practice of short selling — effectively betting that a stock will drop — is needed to "facilitate ordinary market trading."
"If the economic shutdown goes beyond April into the third quarter, I would be less optimistic," the Omega Advisors founder told CNBC on Friday.
As of Friday, more than 585,040 cases of coronavirus have been reported, resulting in at least 26,819 deaths.