Despite the big market moves of late, there is still time to buy into the rally, strategist Robert Pavlik told CNBC on Thursday.
In fact, he sees almost 10 percent upside for the S&P 500, predicting it will get up around 2,400 by the end of next year.
For one, the economic data continue to come in "pretty positive," the chief market strategist at Boston Private Wealth said in an interview with "Power Lunch."
"Then you have the potentials that the new administration brings along with it: tax cuts, tax incentives, the ability to repatriate some cash that has been made overseas, the ability to create more jobs here in the United States, reduced regulation," he said.
He believes all of this will boost consumer confidence and investor confidence.