The concept of Fama for the efficient hypothesis market does not result in anticipating that investors have the ability of identifying faultlessly, the future market price. The key claim it made is that the present price in the market is a price of objective nature as it involves ever information ratemaking available. Then, the prices of stock market behave in a random manner as investment makers consistently undergo stock market analysis. They also continuously reflected on new data within their decisions for investment. The significance here lies in the claims that Fama made for this hypothesis and the way in which further development has occurred over it. The hypothesis further led towards investigation over the fact that the stock market efficiency is not something of a constant nature but it keeps changing (Fama, 1965). This is because not only there is difference in the liquidity of stock markets, but also there are some changes in the environment of investment. This can result in speedily complicating the new information for rate making. Such assumptions and evidences provided in the article helped in shaping newer theories and models.
Impact of paper to the present financial literature: Fama is regarded as one of the most essential researchers that showcased the formal review of the theory as well as the evidence for both the random walk theory along with the market efficiency hypothesis. As the paper of the Fama is lengthy, the entire paper cannot be explained in terms of the current literature development. Hence, three to four recent papers on the topic of stock market theories will be undertaken in order to show the contribution of Fama’s article on the current literature.