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In this segment of Backstage Pass, recorded on Nov. 1, Fool contributors Toby Bordelon and Connor Allen discuss two of their top stocks to buy right now with Fool contributor Rachel Warren. Rachel Warren: Despite a bumpy period for stocks in October, which is not at all unusual for that period of the year, the market closed the month of October out at record highs. The Dow, the S&P 500, and the Nasdaq, all closed the month up by mid to upper single-digit percentages.