Hurricane Sandy Destroys - These 22 Stocks Benefit Most From The Monster Storm Of The Millenium
The hurricane Sandy is forecasted as one of the worst storms ever. Whatever will happen, the stock market will survive and business goes on. I researched some interesting companies that could earn some extra money due to the after-effects of the storm Sandy. We have classified our results in industries and introduced some of the major leaders. + http://stks.co/hE5Z +
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