Which sectors are best positioned to benefit?
The Fed risks blowing up an asset bubble.
Looking at the numbers under 'hard' debt ceiling.
The Fed squashes rate hikes and Disney resorts to Ant-Man.
The Fed statement contains one huge change. 
The statement actually shows how indecisive the Fed is.
The 'dot plot' points to two, maybe three hikes in 2015.
Their monetary policy looks like it's being set by machines.
It seems to be dismissing economic data and I don't know why.
A 'gray' outcome is the most likely scenario.

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