In finance, the efficient-market hypothesis (EMH) asserts that financial markets are "informationally efficient", or that prices on traded assets, e.g., stocks, bonds, or property, already reflect all known information. The efficient-market hypothesis states that it is impossible to consistently outperform the market by using any information that the market already knows, except through luck. Information or news in the EMH is defined as anything that may affect prices that is unknowable in the present and thus appears randomly in the future.
THROW AWAY YOUR UNIVERSITY TEXTS! To beat the market consistently, you must find what others are searching for, before they've had a chance to find it.
Here are three undervalued Canadian small caps that most market participants have yet to find:
1. ZCL - Fiberglass storage tanks used for fuel, chemicals and water
2. CMG - Oil and gas reservoir mapping software
3. GH.un - Casinos located in the oil sands regions o