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    The efficient market hypothesis (EMH) is widely used to analyse the financial market and security prices. The EMH is efficient if public information is totally reflected by asset prices (Malkiel, 2003, p.59). Malkiel (2003, p.59) implies that information of stock market was exactly shown by security market. In the last ten years, the EMH had significant effect on the financial market. This essay aims to show the three main types of the EMH and analyses if the EMH works in the real market economy. This essay will explain the meaning of three efficient market forms. It will then analyse the implication of the EMH. Finally, it will discuss the challenges of the EMH. The efficient capital market is the market which totally shows the truth factors…

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    According to Lo (2007), the efficient markets hypothesis (EMH) maintains that market prices fully reflect all available information. It was developed independently by Paul A. Samuelson and Eugene F. Fama in the 1960s, this idea has been applied extensively to theoretical models and empirical studies of financial securities prices, generating considerable controversy as well as fundamental insights into the price-discovery process. Ang (2011) stated that the early theoretical articulations of…

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    Discuss the efficient market hypothesis and its relevance with the investment management strategies. (10 marks) The Efficient Market Hypothesis (EMH) is an investment theory that states it is impossible to “beat the market” because stock market efficiency causes existing share prices to always incorporate and reflect all relevant information. The paradox of efficient markets is that if every investor believed a market was efficient, then the market would not be efficient because there would be…

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    Norms are defined as the expectations of how people are expected to act in public. I was required to violate a norm in public and also observe a norm violation. In addition, for my norm violation I decided to go to a public place and do something that people are not expecting to see. I went to an In-and-out that is located on Panama ln and I started working out in front of costumers. For my norm violation observation I observed a co-worker that is always picking up soda cans from everyone. …

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    order to determine whether our hypothesis was correct or not, we massed out the unknown bottle, an empty bottle, and items that could potentially be inside the bottle. We also put items inside the empty bottle and compared the sound to the unknown bottle. The results showed that there were differences in sound between the unknown bottle and the empty bottle that had different items inside. Data also showed that there was a limit to what could be inside the bottle since certain items, when…

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    A case study reflecting on observations of children’s schematic interests. In the paper I will be discussing the history and theories of schemas. I will include observations on a child’s schematic interests and my role as the practitioner. A Schema is a pattern of repeatable behaviour into which experiences are assimilated and that are gradually coordinated. (Athey, 1990:37) Children’s patterns are influenced through their genetically pre-determined biological development and the socio-cultural…

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    effect conditions for both natural and social phenomena. It can be possible when the elements, interaction of which is studied in controlled experimental conditions. And the researcher`s control over variables allows him to draw conclusions about cause-effect relationships between them. The laboratory experiments focus on the description of the connections between the behavior and its causes. These connections can be distinguished only when the experimenter has full control over individual`s…

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    For many years, relationship has been a major factor with the interaction of human beings. There are various ways a person can have a relationship with another individual. For instance, a person can have a professional, intimate or even a friendly relationship with one another. It was always evident that there were different among individuals however, the question that many had wondered was the vital role that these relationships had played with individuals. American psychologist Harry Harlow,…

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    This current semester I had the opportunity to do a project that allowed me to visit one of my friend’s family to observe her three girls. I observed her three daughters to see how each one of them is developing. I was fortunate enough to have three different ages that are at different stages of life. One just started school, the other one is not in school yet and the youngest was born less than a year ago. It really opened my eyes to how two year differences can really impact the stage the…

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    Scientists use the same scientific method to follow steps (observation, hypothesis, and experiment) to have a better understand of the worlds; however, they make different hypothesis and approach the problem in their own ways to find solutions, therefore some of them have different results the order. 5. Concerns: a. I’m worried I cant remember all of the reactants and products in Chemistry b. Doing lab also counts as part of my grades and I didn’t do experiments a lot in lab lab before 6.…

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