Odds Skew Against Investors In Bets on Strangers’ Lives

Wall Street Journal – December 21, 2010

…company arranges to buy life-insurance policies from people like Mr. Aslett and sells fractional interests to investors, who collect death benefits when the insured people die… “I’m as healthy as a horse,” he says, “There’s going to be a lot of disappointed investors.”  (read full article here)
Fickle Death, where is thy sting?
(And the cash you said you’d bring?)

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