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One of the themes emerging from the
developing story about Marcus Schrenker is that he was driven to personal destruction at least partly by greed.
The Fishers investment manager had a history of living well beyond his means, and by the time he allegedly crashed an airplane
on purpose in Florida and fled, he faced bankruptcy along with charges related to his investment management â?? not to mention
If Schrenker is like most people who get into these kinds of problems, he probably didnâ??t initially dive in head-first.
At a personal level, where do you draw the line between the legitimate motivation to maximize investment returns and greed?
What yardsticks do you watch in order to know when youâ??re nearing danger? The letter of the law, your conscience, something
Any other thoughts about Schrenker?