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As the beta of a stock goes up its return goes down
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Label True or False

1. Financial markets on the whole are probably much more efficient than real asset markets.

2. Mutual funds managed by professional money managers consistently outperform index mutual funds.

3. In corporate insiders can beat the market this is evidence that the market is not strong-form efficient.

4. As the Beta of a stock goes up its return goes down.

5. In efficient capital markets, current market prices fully reflect available information.




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