Jon Corzine is the former Democratic New Jersey senator and governor that recently resigned as CEO of MF Global securities firm. He is accused of illegally transferring a few days before the firm collapsed. It was the eighth largest bankruptcy in U.S. History and 1.2 billion dollars of customer money has vanished.
While we need an entire handwriting sample for full interpretation, we are able to gain much information about someone from their signature. One’s signature is their “public face” – the face they show the world.
Jon Corzine’s signature shows a number of things. First, notice the very inflated lower zone loop on the letter ‘z.’ This is often referred to graphologically, as “moneybags.” This stroke is made by someone who is motivated by, and enjoys, what money can buy. Not a good sign for Mr. Corzine. Also, the hugely inflated “J” indicates self-interest, narcissism and the threadiness of the entire signature indicates someone that has the ability to be very evasive. I would not trust my money with a writer like this.
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