Some lessons from the 2013 Nobel Laureates in Economics, Eugene Fama, Lars Peter Robert Shiller, include:
a) There is no way to predict whether the price of stocks and bonds will go up or down over the next few days or weeks.
b) It is quite possible to foresee the broad course of the prices of these assets over longer time periods, such as, the next three to five years (price bubbles).
c) In the long term, market prices are not far from efficient markets predictions.
d) All of the above.
39. Bubbles in stock prices refer to:
a) Stock prices fluctuate more than corporate dividends.
b) Departures from theoretical rational investor behavior
c) Stock prices do not depend just on future corporate dividends.
d) All of the above
40. Bubbles in stock prices are generated due to:
a) Investors widespread belief in an increase in future dividends
b) Investors psychological factors, as herding behavior and optimism bias.
c) The good consequences bubbles have on countries economies.
d) All of the above. Get Argumentative Essay Writing help now