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Coyle, D. (2018). Adaptive Markets. NATURE, 559 (7714), 330-330. https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.32130
The idea that financial markets are in any way ‘rational’ or ‘efficient’ seems, to many people, completely absurd. Yet in economics the Efficient Markets Hypothesis, the theory that the prices of financial assets incorporate all the information known today about their future prospects, has a stubborn hold.
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