Hurricanes, floods, wildfires and tornadoes.
US getting hit hard. They were saying because of the east coast had to shutdown, 15-20% tax revenue was lost. But damn, The US is taking a toll.
What are your guy's thoughts? I think its only going to get worse, specially this is the beginning of hurricane season.
Nothing that is beyond the variation of averages, as far as storms go. Earthquakes worldwide, however, is another issue. Remember that tsunamis are caused by undersea earthquakes and try to remember the very first tsunami that you can remember occurring that you learned about the same day, and not in a history class. I'd be willing to bet that it was in the past decade. We've had half a dozen tsunamis that I can think of in the past decade, and I can't remember one occurring before that in all of the 80's and maybe one in the 90's? When the east coast was hit by the 5.9 a week before the hurricane, there was another earthquake in the western half of the US the very same day. Not saying that this is out of bounds for the law of averages either, but it does make one wonder....