What they basically are saying is to expect interest rates to rise in the coming months but not to worry as the statistics they're looking at indicate that the US economy is strong enough to weather such a "burden"..interestingly, no mention of the sluggish global economy or how the labor statistics aren't indicative of what's really happening in our own sluggish economy..and no, not for the 1%'ers..they're doing just fine.
Anyway, the more important thing is not what the FOMC said but how the markets will react to it. I say will instead of did because I sense that it'll take a few days to play out.
What we can't ignore is the very real fact that as of this present moment, the market barely budged after the release; which in relation to how much it's rallied in anticipation of it, is indeed very bullish.
That being said, we're going to have to really gauge market action in the coming days as it might be prudent to trim our CVOL position if pullbacks give us the opportunity to do so.
If however, if we see signs that it's more than just the "usual" retracement, then we might very well add more.