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The efficient market hypothesis increases the likelihood of panic by encouraging participants to adopt the same mechanical approach to investing.

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Panic: The Betrayal of Capitalism by Wall Street and Washington by Andrew Redleaf

Return to Book Page. When they abdicate decision-making to an algorithm? In an efficient market, nobody can generate excess profits because the market and all its participants are omniscient.