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Jet Life Penny Stocks Newsletter: 5 Hot Hurricane Stocks to Watch as U.S. Markets Open

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Stamford, CT (PRWEB) October 31, 2012

Jet Life Penny Stocks Newsletter, a leading penny stock source bringing investors potential trading opportunities in small-cap and penny stock companies, sends out thoughts and prayers as the U.S. Stock Markets open on Wednesday after trading came to a halt for two days, and as residents of New York City and the East Coast felt the brunt of super storm Sandy.

The Jet Life team welcomes everyone back into the markets with a few Hurricane Stock Picks for the week as investors look for stock ideas (unfortunately) generated from the storm effects.

Juniper Group Inc: Back-up power generation for telecommunications.
The Goldfield Corp - Southeast US utility power/transmission line repair & maintenance.
National Storm Management - Roofing and construction, insurance based restoration.
PDG Environmental - Environmental clean up and construction, including mold remediation.
Pike Electric - Utility repair or reconstruction.

Jet Life Penny Stocks also is closely following the Marijuana Sector as Elections approach next Tuesday. The marijuana stocks should be red hot the rest of this week!

Best of luck as everyone gets back to trading on Wednesday!

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