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The second premise is that stocks do have an intrinsic^ value, an equilibrium
price in economists' language, and that at any point in time the price of a stock
will be a good estimate of its intrinsic value, the intrinsic value depending on the ...
And that reasoning runs this way: There are discrepancies between the actual
price and the true intrinsic value of a stock. The analyst gathers all his information
, applies his training and insight, and plumps for a purchase or sale accordingly.
It is a cold, austere world, the world of the random walk, and a negative one. The
random walkers do believe in the intrinsic value of a stock, but they have not
much help for us on that because a stock only sells for its intrinsic value —
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