The Dow Jones Industrial Average was down nearly 800 points in early market trading this morning.
But stocks staged a mid-day comeback, climbing back to positive territory by the early afternoon.
The biggest news of the day came from the United States Federal Reserve.
The central bank announced it will begin purchasing individual corporate bonds, in addition to the ETFs it's already purchasing.
That fueled the Dow's rally even further as the index closed 157 points higher by the end of the trading session.
Here's what our experts – Chris Johnson and Tom Gentile – saw throughout the volatile trading session.