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In an op-ed, Professor Lasse Pedersen explains that financial markets are both efficient and irrational

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Excerpt from Institutional Investor -- "In reality, the market is just inefficient enough to allow skillful, hardworking active investors compensation for their efforts, costs and risks, but that’s the extent of the inefficiency. The market is just inefficient enough to reward skill, but efficient enough to discourage any more active investing than that."

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