Stock markets are efficient, so that in the unlikely event of anyone discovering a way of making big profits, other investors will soon copy them and in doing so bid away those profits by raising the prices of underpriced stocks to levels from which subsequent returns are only normal. This means that any opportunities to make above-average returns without taking above-average risk will only be shortlived.
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