Patrick Palfrey: Much of the sell-off has been driven by elevated valuations

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Patrick Palfrey, Senior Equity Strategist at Credit Suisse, joins Worldwide Exchange to discuss the value of the U.S. dollar, the possibility of a recession, and investor fears of entering a bear market.

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