August is a tricky month for stocks.

Remember the U.S. credit rating downgrade in 2011? The sharp declines in 2013 and the flash crash on 2015?

Stocks are long overdue for a correction but even if a pullback comes this month, there's no need to make any major changes to your strategy, according to Alex Kenjeev, president of O'Leary Ventures.

He said the longer-term picture warrants higher stock prices including better than expected earnings and job growth.

Meanwhile, here's what one of TheStreet's top columnists had to say about a market correction

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