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David Albrycht, Newfleet Asset Management, discusses the impact the Fed has had on bond investors. And Glen Kacher, Light Street Capital founder, weighs in on 3D printing stocks.
Rob Sechan, UBS Private Wealth Management, explains why he thinks there is still a chance for investors to get in on the market. And Glen Kacher, Light Street Capital founder, joins the "Fast Money" traders as guest host to share 3 Chinese Internet stocks with lots of momentum.
The Fed's decision boosted bonds and gold but crude oil is struggling to catch up. The Futures Now team breaks down the commodities.
"I would focus on the following: Investors want to go where the Fed can succeed in its financial repression," Mohammed El-Erian says.
"True value if you ever saw it," Saturna Capital's Nick Kaiser says about one of his picks.
"I didn't think even if they did taper it would have that much impact," Milton Ezrati of Lord Abbett says.
"I think you continue to buy," Stephen Weiss of Short Hills Capital says.
What will the Fed's decision mean for the 10-year yield? The Futures Now team breaks down a taper's impact.
"Longer term, the market still has upside," Deutsche Bank's David Bianco says.
I would look at something like a PFF," Ritholtz Wealth Management's Josh Brown says.
Germany, Greece, Portugal and Slovenia could impact markets, Gemma Godfrey of Brooks Macdonald Asset Management says.
In today's top 3 trades, Caterpillar receives a downgrade at Baird, Apple releases iOS 7 today, and FedEx hit its highest levels since 2007.
CNBC's Jon Fortt reports Google will launch a new biotech company called Calico. And although Green Mountain is up 250 percent in 2013, Jesse Eisinger, ProPublica, explains why questions still remain about the K-Cup maker's sales and revenue.
The Futures Now team has the play on the precious metal if the Fed begins to pullback its bond-buying program.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
The Fed will likely ease up on the criteria for tapering, Jeremy Siegel of the Wharton School says.
"Go back to the financial names. Go back to the industrial names," Joe Terranova says.
Bond yields could see an uptick of 5 to 10 basis points, JPMorgan Private Bank's Heather Loomis says.
Fast Money traders Simon Baker and Josh Brown debate whether FedEx is a "buy" ahead of its earnings tomorrow. And Paul Richards, UBS, provides perspective on how to play the Fed's interest rate announcement tomorrow.
The Fast Money traders provide their trade on GM's new electric car announcement, Pandora's stock offering and the upgrade on Delta and US Airways.