The oeuvre of songs about serial killers is not as limited a genre as one may at first suspect.
Most everyone, with a little thought, will come up with Mack the Knife (rape, murder, arson) and of course the Talking Heads' Psycho Killer ("psycho killer, qu'est-ce que c'est?").
As part of the British Invasion the Rolling Stones contributed Midnight Rambler (Boston Strangler) and Sympathy for the Devil (Nazis, Communists, Satan).
Best of the bunch has to be the Beatles' Maxwell's Silver Hammer (kills his girlfriend, his teacher and the sentencing judge).
Blythe Masters is the head of commodities trading for J.P. Morgan and was one of the co-inventors of Credit Default Swaps which played such a large part in the financial meltdown of 2007-09.
Ms. Masters urged regulators to distinguish between tools and their users: “Tools that transfer risk can also increase systemic risk if major counterparties fail to manage their exposures properly.”
I'm assuming the reader is familiar with the run in silver and the conspiracy theories about JPM's positioning.
Here's a commenter at Clusterstock:
imdwightgooden on Feb 18, 12:53 PM said: