Books about inefficiency of the financial market?


by Gerenuk
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Oct6-09, 10:22 AM
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I've read an article (Scientific American, Ruffieux) that states that since they future value of a share is theoretically equal for everyone, there is no "added value" but only "price efficiency"(? translated) matters.

Can anyone recommend a book on this matter, i.e. which econimical factors and measures drive the financial market? Preferably as deep and mathematical as possible!
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