Stocks closed higher Monday on the first trading day of May as the major indexes bounced back from their worst month in years. Both the Dow and the S&P 500 rebounded after their worst month since March 2020, and the Nasdaq gaining ground after its worst month since 2008. Both the S&P and the Nasdaq hit new lows for the year before closing up for the day. Investors are keeping an eye on several factors, including this week's Federal Reserve meeting, geopolitical factors, and more. Adam Coons, Portfolio Manager at Winthrop Capital Management, joins Closing Bell to discuss today's close, the Fed meeting, tech stocks, whether a recession is on the horizon, and more.