October has seen some of Wall Street's worst market crashes, from 1929's Black Tuesday to 1987's Black Monday. Will we see another crash this time around or will markets keep hitting record highs?

We asked four of our top columnists to debate where the markets are going this month and how you should play them. Stocks expert Stephen "Sarge" Guilfoyle, bonds columnist Peter Tchir, gold trader David Yoe Williams and forex expert Douglas Borthwick ran down what they like and what they don't for what's traditionally been one on Wall Street's scariest months.

Read our columnists' latest advice here:

This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.

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