JIM GLASSMAN: Fears over stock valuations are way overblown

Jim Glassman, the managing director and head economist for commercial banking at JPMorgan, thinks that concerns over an overly expensive market are overblown, and says that it's priced for the future. He notes that the economy is not showing the explosive growth that normally precedes market tops.


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(Source: The Bottom Line with Henry Blodget)