Hurricane Sandy Stocks: 6 Months Later

NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Six months after Hurricane Sandy, TheStreet "takes stock" of the markets. The result is a compilation of unique ideas that punch through the noise and help you decide how to trade. For an analysis of post-Sandy stocks to watch, check out the articles and videos below:

Greenberg gives an overview of what to expect when TheStreet dives into post-Sandy stocks.

Saintvilus sets the tone for the day, with an earnings preview for building-materials company Louisiana Pacific. He says Louisiana Pacific stock lacks the strong foundation that the company's business is known for. Saintvilus also reports on LPX after the company releases earnings today.

Suttmeier revs up his ValuEngine to rate nine companies that are involved in the recovery effort.

Blankenhorn smells what Phillips 66 is cooking. The refinery may be a smelly neighbor, but its prospects are sweet.

Cox explains why Home Depot and Whirlpool will see sales jump, while Allstate, Chubb and Travelers keep hurting.

Heller looks at stocks and lives that are still on the mend.

Blankenhorn says that insurance is a great business when operated correctly. He give a nod to AIG.

Courtenay shares how Superstorm Sandy and the housing recovery insulated the earnings of a well-known basic-materials business.

Saintvilus completes our lineup with a look at Weyerhaeuser. The lumber company reported a few days ago and has a shareholders meeting on Friday, May 10.

This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.