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Effi­cient Mar­ket Hypothesis

TagLast edit: 31 Jul 2020 19:36 UTC by Multicore

The Efficient Market Hypothesis states that existing market prices already account for all available information, and that it is therefore impossible to exploit the market unless you have information other traders don’t.

Zoom Tech­nolo­gies, Inc. vs. the Effi­cient Mar­kets Hypothesis

Zack_M_Davis11 May 2020 6:00 UTC
68 points
47 comments4 min readLW link

Be­ing the (Pareto) Best in the World

johnswentworth24 Jun 2019 18:36 UTC
209 points
46 comments3 min readLW link3 nominations3 reviews

Mar­kets are Anti-Inductive

Eliezer Yudkowsky26 Feb 2009 0:55 UTC
64 points
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The EMH Aten’t Dead

Richard Meadows15 May 2020 20:44 UTC
166 points
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How Effi­cient is the Char­i­ta­ble Mar­ket?

lukeprog24 Aug 2013 5:57 UTC
25 points
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Dis­solv­ing the “Is the Effi­cient Mar­ket Hy­poth­e­sis Dead?” Question

Alexei2 Aug 2020 4:46 UTC
35 points
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Chap­ter 4: The Effi­cient Mar­ket Hypothesis

Eliezer Yudkowsky14 Mar 2015 19:00 UTC
34 points
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Hero Licensing

Eliezer Yudkowsky21 Nov 2017 21:13 UTC
167 points
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Anti-EMH Ev­i­dence (and a plea for help)

Wei_Dai5 Dec 2020 18:29 UTC
90 points
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[Question] What are the best prece­dents for in­dus­tries failing to in­vest in valuable AI re­search?

Daniel Kokotajlo14 Dec 2020 23:57 UTC
18 points
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Post-crash mar­ket effi­ciency 1696-2020

bfinn22 May 2020 14:13 UTC
16 points
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Inad­e­quacy and Modesty

Eliezer Yudkowsky28 Oct 2017 21:51 UTC
108 points
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Gen­er­al­ized Effi­cient Mar­kets and Academia

johnswentworth30 Apr 2020 21:59 UTC
45 points
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The Eco­nomic Con­se­quences of Noise Traders

FactorialCode14 Jun 2020 17:14 UTC
45 points
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(www.nber.org)

Con­trar­ian LW views and their eco­nomic implications

Larks8 Oct 2014 23:48 UTC
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Sun­day July 12 — talks by Scott Garrabrant, Alexflint, alexei, Stu­art_Armstrong

8 Jul 2020 0:27 UTC
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An Equil­ibrium of No Free Energy

Eliezer Yudkowsky31 Oct 2017 21:27 UTC
109 points
49 comments27 min readLW link

Moloch’s Toolbox (1/​2)

Eliezer Yudkowsky4 Nov 2017 21:46 UTC
130 points
75 comments33 min readLW link

Moloch’s Toolbox (2/​2)

Eliezer Yudkowsky7 Nov 2017 1:58 UTC
96 points
53 comments24 min readLW link

Zero­ing Out

Zvi5 Nov 2017 16:10 UTC
45 points
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(thezvi.wordpress.com)

Limits of Cur­rent US Pre­dic­tion Mar­kets (Pre­dic­tIt Case Study)

aphyer14 Jul 2020 7:24 UTC
177 points
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List of civil­i­sa­tional inadequacy

ChristianKl23 Nov 2017 13:56 UTC
21 points
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Effi­cient Mar­ket Frontier

Alexei22 Aug 2020 23:52 UTC
18 points
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Vac­ci­na­tion with the EMH

AllAmericanBreakfast29 Dec 2020 3:05 UTC
17 points
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The EMH is False—Spe­cific Strong Evidence

deluks91718 Mar 2021 18:38 UTC
52 points
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Pro­gram­mers Should Plan For Lower Pay

jefftk29 Dec 2019 3:20 UTC
58 points
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(www.jefftk.com)

[Question] Is the “busi­ness cy­cle” an ac­tual eco­nomic prin­ci­ple?

Liron18 Jun 2019 14:52 UTC
43 points
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Mar­ket Misconceptions

gilch20 Aug 2020 4:46 UTC
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Stock mar­ket hints for 2021 from past crashes

bfinn30 Dec 2020 20:05 UTC
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Vio­lat­ing the EMH—Pre­dic­tion Markets

deluks91728 Mar 2021 4:05 UTC
34 points
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