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Yes, the stock market’s looking like a bubble — no, it’s not time to sell, strategist says


‘The participation is on a par with 2000, if not greater. It’s pushed valuations to an equivalent level to where they were in 2000.’

That’s Julian Emanuel, BTIG’s chief equity and derivatives strategist, explaining to CNBC in an interview why the stock market is inflating to the bubbly levels of the doomed dot-com era two decades ago.

Scary? Not really, according to Emanuel.


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