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Does cheap mean good value?

  Paul Hickey, Bespoke Investment Group, looks at cheap stocks within the S&P 500 for the best value.

Are stocks overvalued?

  Paul Hickey, Bespoke Investment Group, joins "Street Signs" to co-host. Bespoke says a "typical bull market P/E ratio peak is 18.2 in the S&P 500," Hickey explains.

Wealth manager: S&P 500 roaring ahead

  Stocks have farther to climb, and there are a few areas that still look attractive, Mary Ann Bartels of Bank of America Merrill Lynch says.

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