Updated Thursday, October 2, 2014 as of 2:23 AM ET

Weathering a Storm: Tips for Advisors

As Hurricane Sandy makes its way up the East coast, flooding and power outages have already occurred and are likely to get worse. New York City has shut down public transit, some tunnels and schools and Mayor Bloomberg has urged 375,000 residents to evacuate. U.S. capital markets are frozen with the New York Stock Exchange shut down Monday and to remain closed on Tuesday.

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Comments (1)
The storms can be dangerous hence it becomes necessary to use of few storm resistant materials in order to protect the property against these high velocity winds. Using impact windows is a great idea actually the hurricane windows and doors are planned particularly to offer good quality to the glass. I believe that windows form Alpha impact windows and doorsare great and an important stuff to have in order to protect the property.
Posted by lillian h | Thursday, January 30 2014 at 2:46AM ET
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