Are we done with the dog days of summer?

Jonathan Corpina, senior managing partner at Meridian Equity Partners, thinks so. 

He breaks down why investors may be seeing the end of the dog days for TheStreet.

Here's what he had to say. 

"I think traditionally, you know, when we look back historically what happens in the markets. You know, our economy doesn't take that into consideration. So last August we did have, you know, continual, China devaluation back then. So we're having an again this August. The dog days of summer, the sell in May, all of those things that have happened over time, I think the economy doesn't really take those into consideration. And we just look at the calendar on our regular basis cause anything can happen at any point," he explained.

This interview is part of TheStreet's special Dogs Day of Summer report. 

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