Are stock prices getting out of hand? Lewis Altfest doesn’t think we’re in a bubble -- not yet anyway -- although he points to Twitter, biotech, Netflix, Tesla and even small caps as examples of market speculation.

“Stocks are no longer a bargain,” says Altfest, whose fee-only financial management firm is based in midtown Manhattan. “They’re fairly priced, bordering on the higher side of fair.”

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