When the Interactive Brokers IPO came out, I wondered just how long Peterfly could keep this thing floating. Everyday is more bad news. On the last conference call, they announced news about an 11 million dollar mistake. How do shareholders tolerate such mistakes? I was once a customer myself and saw the horror of just such mistakes. For example, closing out a short position on the AMEX and then seeing the next morning that the position was not closed. It was a calamity with many hours spent on the phone with a customer service rep that just didnt care. We all know the relationship of Citibank and Interactive Brokers. IBKR stores money at Citibank. I noticed a correlation between Citi and the IBKR common. As Citi gets closer to banruptcy, the IBKR common takes additional dumps and dives lower. Coincidence? Right now there is a silent bank run going on at IBKR. Not everyone is fooled.