Fast Money scours the country to find the post-game chatter in the nation’s most popular hangouts. Ned Riley joins the traders from the World Series at Fenway Park in Boston.
Riley expressed continued bullishness, particularly in financials and tech. He predicted that the Fed will not only cut rates next week, but could end up cutting by 100 basis points by the first quarter. That, coupled with low inflation and excessive pessimism, will drive the market higher, he said.