Andrew Slimmon of Morgan Stanley Wealth Management has a simple message for U.S. investors: The bull market is not over.
"I haven't seen the real deterioration in fundamentals," the firm's head of applied equity advisors told CNBC's "Power Lunch" on Tuesday. "Companies are still delivering pretty good numbers."
Slimmon added he expects the market to make a comeback during the fourth quarter, lifted by company earnings reports.
"What happens in the fourth quarter is we get back to fundamentals ... and we focus on what the companies are doing on earnings, and that's where the best opportunities are," he said.
Not everyone, however, shares Slimmon's bullish sentiment.