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What a Dividend Expert Sees for 2016

Evan Cooper Dec 22, 2015


An old joke poking fun at the efficient market theory has an economist walking down the street and noticing a $20 bill on the pavement. “Why don’t you pick it up?” his walking partner asks, to which the efficient market theorist responds, “It can’t be there; if it really were, someone would have picked it up already.”

Actually, the analogy that makes the joke funny is flawed. The efficient market theory doesn’t say that bargain-priced securities don’t exist, just that the bargains are so rare and so fleeting that basing an investment strategy on them doesn’t make sense.

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