Fama – Efficient Markets and Asset Pricing Risk Return

Fama – Efficient Markets and Asset Pricing Risk Return

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Eugene Francis “Gene” Fama is an American economist, often referred to as “The Father of Finance”, best known for his empirical work on portfolio theory, asset pricing and stock market behaviour.

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