JP Morgan's $2 billion loss is only the beginning
May 14, 2012
"We never learned one of the basic lessons that we should have learned from the financial crisis of 2008. Wall Street bankers take huge risks because the risk/reward ratio is all messed up. If the bankers make huge bets and they win, then they win big. If the bankers make huge bets and they lose, then the federal government uses taxpayer money to clean up the mess. Under those kind of conditions, why not bet the farm?"
Dr. Stephen Jones