Rating Agencies Not Good at Rating

In Rolling Stone, Matt Taibbi digs into “The Last Mystery of the Financial Crisis”—how ratings agencies like Moody’s and Standards & Poors—which are essentially supposed tell us whether or not an entity (the government, a financial services company, etc.) is good for their money—were just as complicit as banks and regulators were in the financial crisis. Trust no one, burn it all down, etc.