Don't panic. 

Charles Schwab sponsored a Trading Strategies Panel at TheStreet's teach-in, hosted by TheStreet's founder,Jim Cramer

Panelists included Kristina Hooper, chief global market strategist at Invesco, Thomas Lee, managing partner at Fundstrat Global Advisor, Ed Yardeni, chief investment strategist at Yardeni Research and Stephen Guilfoyle, a contributor for Real Money.

Robert Powell, editor of Retirement Daily for TheStreet hosted the panel.

The panelists dug into a number of topics--ranging from millennial investors to the current market conditions.

"So I think we would still buy this pullback into year end, but next year -- the environments really changed, because I think that the trend in rates is higher, and as these folks said you know there's going to be the real bite coming from tariffs, and it's occurring at a time when demographics for Generation X actually are peaking, so you'e now waiting for that speed bump of Millennials to really start to sort of step in where the Gen X is peaking. So I think next year is potentially tough," said Lee.

To listen to more expert advice, watch the full Trading Strategies Panel.

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