How expert are expert stock pickers?

In Opinion by Michael Rae

Note: This is post #93 in a weekly video series on basic economics.
In his 1973 book, A Random Walk Down Wall Street, economist Burton Malkiel made a controversial claim: a blindfolded monkey, throwing darts at the financial pages, could select a basket of stocks that would do just as well as a set chosen by the pros. Continue Reading…
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