Efficient Market Hypothesis (EMH).
"...In finance, the efficient-market hypothesis (EMH) asserts that financial markets are "informationally efficient". The weak version of EMH suppose that prices on traded assets (e.g., stocks, bonds, or property) already reflect all past publicly available information. The semi-strong version supposes that prices reflect all publicly available information and instantly change to reflect new information...." What happens when a company withholds material information? Disclosure simply normalizes inefficiencies esp with microcaps/smallcaps. Conversely, non-disclosure of material information can be a precusor/incubator for insider trading including accumulation of shares to gain a controlling position. [more]
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A continuing blog on maximizing insider and non-insider small-cap shareholder value. [more]