Challenges to stock market efficiency: evidence from mean reversion studies

  • Engel C
  • Morris C
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Stock prices have risen about 75 percent since the end of 1984. The tremendous surge in the average price of stocks has been accompanied by large daily fluctuations and historically high trading volumes. Not surprisingly, such activity has spurred new interest in market efficiency

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