Stocks closed higher Wednesday on the heels of the Federal Reserve's December meeting. Chairman Jerome Powell announced the central bank would leave interest rates low and unchanged for now, with the anticipation of three hikes next year. The Fed will also speed up the timeline of its asset tapering, beginning in January 2022. Dan Russo, Portfolio Manager and Director of Research at Potomac Fund Management joins Cheddar News' Closing Bell to discuss today's close, how investors reacted to the Fed's announcements, and more.