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« Markets are not (very) efficient | Main | The Biggest Investor Mistake »

June 27, 2006

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Paz

Out of context… Market efficiency: strong form, semi-strong form, weak form of market efficiency---reflections of price and public information---not inefficiency as wasteful.

Dr. Artfredo C. Abella - New York, USA-UB

I just want to react on what Mr. Warren Buffett said that the market is not always efficient, the market may sometimes be bullish seems to be the perfect description. Buy when the blue chips are down and sell when they are high is still the golden rule in making doughs in the market. I still regard Mr. Buffet to be my mentor after all he is the second richest man in the world today and a great benefactor too.

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