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dear all the above question is still not clear for me, becuase it only used the formula not that mean and standard diviation as he was exampled, please anyone clear that for me
thanks
An essential component of the Central Limit Theorem is that the of your sample means will be the population mean. In other words, add up the means from all of your samples, find the average and that average will be your actual population mean. Similarly, if you find the average of all of the in your , you’ll find the actual standard deviation for your population. It’s a pretty useful phenomenon that can help accurately predict characteristics of a . Watch a video explaining this phenomenon, or read more about it here: .
Say you have a set of observations O and a null hypothesis H 0
It is a pity that their common interest in the Inequality somehow “slipped through the cracks” in the early contacts between Bienaymé and Chebyshev. Possibly the Inequality was regarded by Bienaymé as a minor result compared with his main themes of linear least squares and Laplacian defence. Chebyshev’s recognition of its significance and its clear statement has, at any rate, always been a defensive point in his favour stressed by some historiographers. From .
"One of the reasons for this state of affairs is the fact that the Efficient Markets Hypothesis, by itself, is not a welldefined and empirically refutable hypothesis. To make it operational, one must specify additional structure, e.g., investor’ preferences, information structure, business conditions, etc. But then a test of the Efficient Markets Hypothesis becomes a test of several auxiliary hypotheses as well, and a rejection of such a joint hypothesis tells us little about which aspect of the joint hypothesis is inconsistent with the data. Are stock prices too volatile because markets are inefficient, or is it due to risk aversion, or dividend smoothing? All three inferences are consistent with the data. Moreover, new statistical tests designed to distinguish among them will no doubt require auxiliary hypotheses of their own which, in turn, may be questioned."
Lo and MacKinlay (1999), pages 67
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what if the question is a little different like avg car in the lot = 200,000 and the standard deviation is 32,000 and the deviation but the question is something like find the range in which 80% of of cars fall?? I can’t see how to fit this formula to that. Thanks a lot!
One of the reasons for this state of affairs is the fact that the EMH, by itself, is not a welldefined and empirically refutable hypothesis. To make it operational, one must specify additional structure, e.g. investors' preferences, information structure. But then a test of the EMH becomes a test of several auxiliary hypotheses as well, and a rejection of such a joint hypothesis tells us little about which aspect of the joint hypothesis is inconsistent with the data. Are stock prices too volatile because markets are inefficient, or is it due to risk aversion, or dividend smoothing? All three inferences are consistent with the data. Moreover, new statistical tests designed to distinguish among them will no doubt require auxiliary hypotheses of their own which, in turn, may be questioned."
Lo in Lo (1997), page
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"The notion of market efficiency is not a wellposed and empirically refutable hypothesis. To make it operational, one must specify additional structure, e.g., investors’ preferences, information structure, etc. But then a test of market efficiency becomes a test of several auxiliary hypotheses as well, and a rejection of such a joint hypothesis tells us little about which aspect of the joint hypothesis is inconsistent with the data."
Lo (2000) in Cootner (1964), page x
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Uhmm .. excuse me what is then the use of the given mean and standard deviation if they are not needed in the equation and does it mean that k=2 will always be 75%? even if the distribution is different ?
Efficient Markets Hypothesis: Joint Hypothesis
"First, any test of efficiency must assume an equilibrium model that defines normal security returns. If efficiency is rejected, this could be because the market is truly inefficient or because an incorrect equilibrium model has been assumed. This joint hypothesis problem means that market efficiency as such can never be rejected."
Campbell, Lo and MacKinlay (1997), page 24
The Riemann Hypothesis and Prime …
Sample problem: A fertilizer company manufactures organic fertilizer in 10 pound bags with a standard deviation of 1.25 pounds per bag. What is the probability that a random sample of 15 bags will have a mean between 9 and 9.5 pounds?