Tim has been a personal finance writer for Wise Bread since 2013, and manages digital content for a Washington, D.C.-based foundation, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation.
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Make no mistake about it, these stocks are super-expensive — but they're not necessarily overpriced.
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