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    The efficient market hypothesis is interpreted in a weak form, a semi-strong form, and a strong form. How can we differentiate its various forms?

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    The weak form EMH stipulates that current asset prices already reflect past price and volume information. The information contained in the past sequence of prices of a security is fully reflected in the current market price of that security. It is named weak form because the security prices are the most publicly and easily accessible pieces of information. It implies that no one should be able to outperform the market using something that "everybody else knows". This technique is so called technical ...

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