Moneyism: This is what Randall from ‘This Is Us’ does for a living


It took a 60-foot grave — and 26 hours — for Holly Capron and her husband, who were then raising turkeys in Kansas, to bury the 4,600 birds that died in the 2011 July heat wave. Roughly, 1,000 miles to the east in North Carolina, the losses were worse: 50,000 chickens died in under an hour as temperatures jettisoned above 100F. “It felt like hell,” Holly Capron told the Associated Press.

To safeguard itself against the elements, a company might call a man like Alejandro Turullols, who brokers products that protect against weather-related losses for energy brokerage Tradition Energy in Stamford Conn.

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