Name Institution Date MARKET EFFICIENCY Market efficiency is a concept that initiates the idea that a market is only efficient according to the degree to which the prices of stocks and the prices of other securities show all the available and relevant information. The concept of market efficiency draws its origin from the efficient-markets hypothesis (EMH). According to Eugene Fama a lecturer at the University of Chicago the theorem shows that the price of a market the claim that the US financial markets aren’t efficient due to their nature of instability. “Behavioral economists have argued that human beings tend to be too confident in their own abilities and tend to extrapolate recent trends into the future a combination that may contribute to bubbles. There is also evidence that losses can make investors extremely irrationally risk-averse--exaggerating price falls when a bubble bursts” (The Economist 3). Reference The Economist. 392.8640 (July 18 2009): p72(EU). [...]
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