Hedging the Sandy shell game of eroding investor confidence with catastrophe bonds!

­We talk with Larry Williams, a customer of Peregrine Financial, who tried to sue the self-regulatory organization the National Futures Association, only to find they cannot be sued as it is extended absolute immunity, according to civil trial attorney Kurt Hallock. Then, Steve Evans, founder and owner of Artemis, talks about the catastrophe bond market in the wake of Superstorm Sandy. And in today's Loose Change, Demetri and Lauren banter about this catastrophe weather market and what the benefits, as well as the pitfalls, may be.

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