The Federal Open Market Committee's October statement put the option of a potential rate hike back on the table for December. Although six years of extraordinarily accommodative monetary policy makes the Federal Reserve's first interest rate hike in nine years a big deal, all signs point to this tightening cycle occurring gradually and in a halting fashion. Investors shouldn't overlook this reality.
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