efficient market hypothesis means: It is assumed that the security’s market value reflects all pertinent information. An investor shouldn’t expect an unusual return that is higher than the market rate through technical or fundamental analysis. There are three types of efficient market hypothesis: semistrong stock price prices represent all the past prices and all current information. Strong stock prices include all pertinent information including any information that is not publicly disclosed, like insider information. (in Stock Market Dictionary)
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