Investors should use the volatility in the stock market as a buying opportunity, at least in the short run, one Wall Street strategist told CNBC on Friday.
"We think there's a bottom being put in place here as far as the S&P is concerned," said Dan Wantrobski, director of research at Janney Montgomery Scott.
He predicts there will be a rally into the early part of the summer.
Many investors are hoping earnings season will mean a return to fundamentals. So far, it has been off to a good start, with earnings growth so far totaling 26.8 percent for the first quarter, according to a note from Nick Raich, CEO of The Earnings Scout.