Anomalii ale pieței financiare
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Empirical studies[ edit ] Research by Alfred Cowles in the s and s suggested that professional investors were in general unable to outperform the market. During the ss empirical studies focused on time-series properties, and found that US stock prices and related financial series followed a random walk model in the short-term.
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In their seminal paper, Fama, Fisher, Jensen, and Roll propose the event study methodology and show that stock prices on average react before a stock split, but have no movement afterwards. Weak, semi-strong, and strong-form tests[ edit ] In Fama's influential review paper, he categorized empirical tests of efficiency into "weak-form", "semi-strong-form", and "strong-form" tests.
Semi-strong form tests study information beyond historical prices which is publicly available.
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Strong-form tests regard private information. But the work was never forgotten in the mathematical community, as Bachelier published a book in detailing his ideas,  which was cited by mathematicians including Joseph L.
DoobWilliam Feller  and Andrey Kolmogorov. In his opening paragraph, Bachelier recognizes that "past, present and even discounted future events are reflected in market price, but often show no apparent relation to price changes". InManual de tranzacționare forex. Hayek argued that markets were the most effective way of aggregating the pieces of information dispersed among individuals within a society.
Given the ability to profit from private information, self-interested traders are motivated to acquire and act on their private information. In doing so, traders contribute to more and more efficient market prices.
In the competitive limit, market prices reflect all available information and prices can only move in response to news.
Thus there is a very close link between EMH and the random walk hypothesis. Paul Samuelson had begun to circulate Bachelier's work among economists. In Bachelier's dissertation along with the empirical studies mentioned above were published in an anthology edited by Paul Cootner. The paper extended and refined the theory, included the definitions for three forms of financial market efficiency : weak, semi-strong and strong see above.
Data from different twenty-year periods is color-coded as shown in the key. See also ten-year returns. Shiller states that this plot "confirms that long-term investors—investors who commit their money to an investment for ten full years—did do well when prices were low relative to earnings at the beginning of the ten years.
Long-term investors would be well advised, individually, to lower their exposure to anomalii ale pieței financiare stock market when it anomalii ale pieței financiare high, as it has been recently, and get into the market when it is low. Behavioral economists attribute the imperfections in financial markets to a combination of cognitive biases such as overconfidenceoverreaction, representative bias, information biasand various other predictable human errors in reasoning and information processing.
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Empirical evidence has been mixed, but has generally not supported strong forms of the efficient-market hypothesis. Daniel Kahneman Behavioral psychology approaches to stock market trading are among some of the more promising[ citation needed ] alternatives to EMH investment strategies such as momentum trading seek to exploit exactly such inefficiencies.
But Nobel Laureate co-founder of the programme Daniel Kahneman —announced his skepticism of investors beating the market: "They're just not going to do it.
It's just not going to happen. For example, one prominent finding in Behavioral Finance is that individuals employ hyperbolic discounting. It is demonstrably true that bondsmortgagesannuities and other similar financial instruments subject to competitive market forces do not.
Any manifestation of hyperbolic discounting in the pricing of these obligations would invite arbitrage thereby quickly eliminating any vestige of individual biases.
Similarly, diversificationderivative securities and other hedging strategies assuage if not eliminate potential mispricings from the severe risk-intolerance loss aversion of individuals underscored by behavioral finance. On the other hand, economists, behavioral psychologists and mutual fund managers are drawn from the human population and are therefore anomalii ale pieței financiare to the biases that behavioralists showcase. By contrast, the price signals in markets are far less subject to individual biases highlighted by the Behavioral Finance programme.
The mispricing explanations are often contentious within academic finance, as academics do not agree on the proper benchmark theory see Unmeasured Risk, below. This disagreement is closely related to the "joint-hypothesis problem" of the efficient market hypothesis. Main article: Risk factor finance Among academics, a common response to claims of mispricing was the idea that the anomaly captures a dimension of risk that is missing from the benchmark theory.
Richard Thaler has started a fund based on his research on cognitive biases. In a report he identified complexity and herd behavior as central to the global financial crisis of Additionally, the concept of liquidity is a critical component to capturing "inefficiencies" in tests for abnormal returns.
Any test of this proposition faces the joint hypothesis problem, where it is impossible to ever test for market efficiency, since to do so requires the use of a measuring stick against which abnormal returns are compared —one cannot know if the market is efficient if one does not know if a model correctly stipulates the required rate of return.
Consequently, a situation arises where either the asset pricing model is incorrect or the market is inefficient, but one has no way of knowing which is the case.
Early examples include the observation that small neglected stocks and stocks with high book-to-market low price-to-book ratios value stocks tended to achieve abnormally high returns relative to what could be explained by the CAPM. These risk factor models are not properly founded on economic theory whereas CAPM is founded on Modern Portfolio Theorybut rather, constructed with long-short portfolios in response to the observed empirical EMH anomalies.
For instance, the "small-minus-big" SMB factor in the FF3 factor model is simply a portfolio that holds long positions on small stocks and short positions on large stocks to mimic the risks small stocks face.
Ce este opțiunea implicită risk factors are said to represent some aspect or dimension of undiversifiable systematic risk which should be compensated anomalii ale pieței financiare higher expected returns.