5 Stocks the Dow's Drop Can't Stop

The broad markets were down slightly as investors hold out hopes the the Federal Reserve will commit to a new round of monetary stimulus after concluding their meeting tomorrow. In the meantime, these featured stocks all had solid gains on the day. Find out which companies led the way by watching the following video.

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