George Soros Quote

In certain circumstances, financial markets can affect the so-called fundamentals which they are supposed to reflect. When that happens, markets enter into a state of dynamic disequilibrium and behave quite differently from what would be considered normal by the theory of efficient markets. Such boom/bust sequences do not arise very often, but when they do, they can be very disruptive, exactly because they affect the fundamentals of the economy.


Soros on Soros: Staying Ahead of the Curve (ed. 1995)

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In certain circumstances, financial markets can affect the so-called fundamentals which they are supposed to reflect. When that happens, markets...

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In certain circumstances, financial markets can affect the so-called fundamentals which they are supposed to reflect. When that happens, markets...

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In certain circumstances, financial markets can affect the so-called fundamentals which they are supposed to reflect. When that happens, markets...

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In certain circumstances, financial markets can affect the so-called fundamentals which they are supposed to reflect. When that happens, markets...