Where markets fail: Visible hands
from CFA Institute Enterprising Investor
Markets are less perfect than commonly assumed. I have discussed their inability to price unknowns; the blindness of the assumptions that underlie market activity; that the implicit presumption that market fungibility bears consequences; and that markets are not systemic. How else do markets fail? They have visible hands, not invisible ones.
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