Looking at the chart of Goldman Sachs making new lows each month...I kind of wonder if it will go back to the 2009 lows. Last year, Jim Rogers was saying that a large US based investment bank was going to have trouble with currency trades...a company that no one would expect to have problems. I have learned now the bank he was talking is Goldmans Sachs. Goldman is in big trouble with the currency trade. As the stock keeps tanking making new lows day after day I cant help but wonder if it will get back to 2009 lows in the low 40s. It is well off its high and it seems to keep slipping lower day after agonizing day. I remember way back when when Lehman and Bear Stearns traded like this. Is it possible that Goldman's large wild bets on currency could go so wrong to put them out of business? Have there been times in the past where currency trades put a large institution or trading firm out of business? When was the last time?