Warren Pieces: “Frequently Efficient” Doesn’t Mean “Always Efficient”

A periodic look through the archives of the greatest investor in history

In Berkshire Hathaway’s 1988 Letter to Shareholders, Warren Buffett offered his thoughts on the Efficient Market Theory. Below is an excerpt from the letter.

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