Federal Reserve policymakers kick off their two-day meeting tomorrow and with a recent uptick in volatility, Wall Street will be watching the meeting very closely. We asked two market pros if they believe the Fed will ease Wall Street's worries.
"What investors want to know is, will the Fed continue to maintain this glass-is-half-full optimistic viewpoint," said Bill Strazzullo, chief market strategist at Bell Curve Trading.
"The market wants to hear the Fed's most current assessment on this subprime mortgage situation and what the impact is going to be on the broader economy."
Strazzullo says the market wants the Fed to cut rate sooner rather than later.