It remains oblivious to what's going on around the world.
If it doesn't raise rates tomorrow, it probably will soon.
The sovereign authority is the rate setter, and wishing away the Fed won't change that fact.
Activity that would warrant raising rates hasn't fully materialized.
No one can predict what the central bank will or won't do, so have a plan for risk management.
And 2 reasons the market can rally after the Fed meeting.
This weekend could make or break the daily fantasy sports (DFS) leaders.  
Potential market gyrations aside, there's also the future to consider.
Whether 'one and done' or something else, investors should be prepared for a negative reaction to next week's decision.
A friendly fiscal and structural environment does wonders for growth.

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