http://www.marketwatch.com/story/he...hed-and-now-i-owe-e-trade-10644556-2015-11-19 A fool and his money are always separated. The author suggests the reader should at least feel sorry for the guy. Frankly, I don't. His wife should be able to file for divorce based upon mental insufficiency. So many investing guidelines were broken by Campbell so as to make this a required case study in business/investing courses for decades to come. To invest 100% of one's portfolio in a bio-anything is idiotic. To play with short-selling and take one's eye off an open after-hours market is worse than idiotic. And so many more, it isn't worth trying to list them all. Pathetic. What's even more surprising is that a number of persons contributed ~$5300 via a funding site. Maybe a good tax accountant could alleviate a bit of the damage but his carry forward losses will last mote than a lifetime.