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Short-Term Market Volatility Is Not Entirely Random

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09/16/2022Manuel García Gojon
Narrator: 
Michael Stack

Typical teaching on stock prices says they are little more than a random walk. But people's purposeful actions are behind every economic transactions.

Original Article: "Short-Term Market Volatility Is Not Entirely Random"

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Author:

Manuel García Gojon

Manuel Garcia Gojon is an Economics PhD student at George Mason University and a Research Fellow at the Mises Institute. His main area of research is Monetary Sociology.

Original Article: 
Short-Term Market Volatility Is Not Entirely Random