MarketFoolery, Dec. 17, 2013

In this video from Tuesday's edition of MarketFoolery, host Chris Hill and Fool analysts Mike Olsen and Matt Koppenheffer take a deep dive into today's biggest market news.

On today'sMarketFoolery, the guys get into two stocks that they see as overvalued on the market today, and two stocks that look a bit undervalued. Matt discusses one disruptive bank whose valuation may have gotten a little too high, as well as one of the biggest names in banking today that he still sees as cheap, while Mike takes a look at a big-name high-fashion retail stock that looks a bit pricey, and one pipeline business involved with transporting natural gas, that he thinks investors could pick up right now on the cheap.

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