Canaccord Genuity's Tony Dwyer has a message for the bears: stop worrying.
The firm's chief strategist has a list of reasons why the bull market isn't showing any signs of cracking.
"What I would say to the bears is: What has happened in this cycle that couldn't already go wrong?" Dwyer asked Wednesday on CNBC's "Trading Nation."
"We've had a Brexit, we've had a Trump election, we've had a French election that was extraordinary, we've had a fiscal cliff, we've had the Affordable Care Act, they're trying to repeal the Affordable Care Act, a European debt crisis every year. ... So we've had all of those events that would normally make you think it's different this time. It's not different," he added.
"Unless you have an identifiable recession in sight, weakness is not to be sold — it's to be bought. The market recovers very quickly when you're in a positive fundamental backdrop," said Dwyer.
He notes the yield curve is still positive, credit is flowing, the economic backdrop is still favorable and earnings are still trending higher.
As of Wednesday's close, 78 percent of earnings reports beat estimates, 9 percent were in line and 13 percent missed.
Dwyer hiked his price targets on the S&P 500 on July 10, which he's now saying "may prove to be conservative." His current targets put the the S&P at 2,510 at year end, just more than 1 percent away from current levels. For 2018, his year-end target is 2,800.
But he admits there is something keeping him up at night about his bullish forecast.
"I can't find anything fundamentally that's really bad, and that's usually when something comes in to change that perception temporarily," Dwyer said. "You can have sharp corrections, they should be bought and not sold."