The Efficient Market Hypothesis suggests that the price of an asset reflects its true value because all the information about the asset is incorporated in the price. However, Information is not the issue, rather the knowledge about the information and the time it takes to interpret and act on the information is the real obstacle.
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The Efficient Market Hypothesis suggests that the price of an asset reflects its true value because all the information about the asset is incorporated in
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