Rebuilding, and Lots of It

Its been a little while since TV news has been filled with stories about the tornadoes that rocked Oklahoma, but I was flipping through the new issue of Time magazine that featured a number of those images. As I looked at them, my investing brain went into overdrive. Before Boisterous Bob Lang, Sassy Brian Sozzi or Jazzy Jim Cramer call me a heartless human being, please know that I have indeed paused to reflect on the pain those people are feeling. I wish nothing but all the best to them, their families and loved ones.

When you look at such devastation -- we've seen it before and sadly we will likely see it again -- it is horrific. It's so bad that President Obama signed a disaster declaration for Oklahoma Tuesday night, which means federal emergency aid will supplement local recovery efforts....356 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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