Paul Christopher, head global market strategist at Wells Fargo Investment Institute, tells CNBC's "Power Lunch" on Tuesday he sees some stabilization soon.
"More volatility is likely in the coming days or weeks, but we expect markets to regain positive traction," Christopher said.
In this environment, Christopher believes the best strategy is to hold a diversified portfolio that includes exposure to fixed income.
"Investors should be patient as near-term rising defaults among metal and energy producers could widen spreads further. Until this risk subsides, we believe investors should move up in credit quality and underweight the high-yield sector," Christopher said.
He also likes alternative strategies right now.
"We recommend tactically overweighting strategies such as Relative Value and Equity Hedge (our highest conviction strategy)," Christopher said.
Stocks are off their highs of the session, with the Nasdaq dipping into negative territory.