If in an Efficient Market All Prices Are Correct and Reflect
If in an efficient market all prices are correct and reflect market fundamentals, which of the following is a false statement?
A) A stock that has done poorly in the past is more likely to do well in the future.
B) One investment is as good as any other because the securities' prices are correct.
C) A security's price reflects all available information about the intrinsic value of the security.
D) Security prices can be used by managers to assess their cost of capital accurately.