Which opinion is more reliable: A well-informed one tainted by financial arrangements or one free of such conflicts but based on limited data — and possibly colored by spite?

Investors in securitizations are now getting more of the second kind, though not as often nor in the precise form regulators hoped for when they enacted reforms encouraging unsolicited opinions.

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