JPMorgan Chase Leads the Way in the Ongoing “Banker Body Count” Story

The strange rash of deaths among key individuals connected with major banking concerns continues—and JPMorgan is front-and-center, once again. As reported in WallStreetOnParade.com: Since December of last year, JPMorgan Chase has been experiencing tragic, sudden deaths of workers on a scale which sets it alarmingly apart from other Wall Street mega banks. Adding to the concern generated by the deaths is the recent revelation that JPMorgan has an estimated $180 billion of life insurance in force Read more […]

The Banker Body Count Continues

Back when I thought up the title for Bob’s second post on the mysteriously dying bankers, I was overly generous by saying that there were five deaths in a month. As we reported, the deaths started on Sunday, January 26. So we are still within the time span of the month. And yes, we have another death. From Zero Hedge: “Second JPMorgan Banker Jumps To His Death: Said To Be 33 Year Old Hong Kong FX Trader.” The banker suicide wave that started in late January has now become an epidemic, Read more […]

Why Are Bankers Dying?

One is simply life. Two in quick succession gets your attention. Three… well, let’s just say it leads some of us to begin looking for connections and a catalyst. From Housinwire.com; reported posted on January 31: Bloomberg is reporting this morning that former Federal Reserve economist Mike Dueker was found dead in an apparent suicide near Tacoma, Washington. Dueker, 50, a chief economist at Russell Investments, had been missing since Jan. 29 and was reportedly having troubles at work. Normally Read more […]