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Definition of 'Law of Large Numbers'
In financial analysis, a theory that indicates beating large numbers, for example large numbers of investors, is very difficult if not impossible to achieve. This law is part of the rationalization for the use of passive management. Money managers will have a difficult time beating large numbers of investors (the market) over longer time periods.