Richard Bove, an equity research analyst at Rafferty Capital Market, doesn’t mince words, saying his initial judgement of Dodd-Frank as the worst piece of legislation in history was wrong: It’s actually worse than that. When the Dodd-Frank Act was signed in the summer of 2010, I thought it would be impossible to find a worse piece of legislation in modern history. Looking back, I now believe that this judgment, dismal as it was, actually failed to capture how really bad this legislation was. The government . . .