Random walk theory

Random walk theory pertains to the uncertainty of stock prices regardless of its history, fundamentals or technical status. Developed at University of Chicago's Business school, this theory shows that the historical and mathematical basis of predicting future prices does not always guarantee an accurate prediction.

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