Mike Wilson, Chief U.S. Fairness Strategist and Chief Funding Officer at Morgan Stanley.Adam Jeffery | CNBC (This story is for CNBC Professional subscribers solely.)Morgan Stanley’s Mike Wilson advised CNBC on Tuesday that he’s nonetheless optimistic about stocks long-term however believes the market may see a pullback this summer time following a steep run-up from coronavirus-driven lows. “I believe there’s a danger of some kind of correction in July and August. As we undergo earnings season, there will probably be some numerous disappointments,” the agency’s chief U.S. fairness strategist mentioned on “Halftime Report.” However Wilson mentioned he views the potential of a setback as a chance so as to add stocks to the portfolio, not one thing that adjustments his total perspective available on the market.