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Adaptive Market Hypothesis
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Adaptive Market Hypothesis is a theory posited in 2004 by MIT mentor Andrew Lo. It combines principles from the well-known and generally controversial Efficient Industry Hypothesis with ideas of behavioral financial. Lo postulates in which investor behaviors such as loss aversion, overconfidence and overreaction are in line with evolutionary models connected with human behavior, as well as actions such since competition, adaptation in addition to natural selection.

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