Hello. It would be nice to hear from some ET members of what stock market protection they have such that, God forbid, a tragedy/accident occurs in the US. The recent arrest of 6 men in NY plotting an attack, North Korea, etc., I think the risk is real. Surely though, you can't live your life in fear. But, outside of puts covering long stock, what other methods are there to protect yourself? ESPECIALLY, if an attack occurs outside of market hours? For example, would it be wise to have a mobile phone with connection to your broker in order to short the futures market? I am not sure if any amount of hedge could protect your whole position, unless you have tons of dry gunpowder. Another thought, what type of risk is there to the financial 'electric grid'? How hard would it be to request a withdrawal from your broker and receive it in a timely fashion if an unfortunate event occurs? I'd hope to hear from you guys some ideas. Thanks.