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Derivative Pricing in Discrete Time

by Nigel J. Cutland

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  • 17 Currently reading

Published by Springer London, Imprint: Springer in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes,
  • Quantitative Finance,
  • Finance,
  • Mathematics,
  • Distribution (Probability theory),
  • Finance/Investment/Banking

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Nigel J. Cutland, Alet Roux
    SeriesSpringer Undergraduate Mathematics Series
    ContributionsRoux, Alet, SpringerLink (Online service)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHB135-147
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27030304M
    ISBN 109781447144083

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    Financial Derivatives Assume that the price of a stock is given, at time t, by S t. We want to study the so called market of options or derivatives. Definition An option is a contract that gives the right (but not the obligation) to buy (CALL) or shell (PUT) the stock at price K (strike) at time . If you look for "finite-difference approximations" in any book on introductory numerical analysis. You will find that there are several so-called forward, backward and centered formulae for both first and second derivatives. The formulae you suggest for first derivatives .

    Finite difference methods were first applied to option pricing by Eduardo Schwartz in In general, finite difference methods are used to price options by approximating the (continuous-time) differential equation that describes how an option price evolves over time by a set of (discrete-time) difference equations. Optionally scaled discrete-time derivative, specified as a scalar, vector, or matrix. For more information on how the block computes the discrete-time derivative, see Description. You specify the data type of the output signal with the Output data type parameter.


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Derivative Pricing in Discrete Time. Authors (view affiliations) Nigel J. Cutland This book provides an introduction to the mathematical modelling of real world financial markets and the rational pricing of derivatives, which is part of the theory that not only underpins modern financial practice but is a thriving area of mathematical.

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As a result, new information is revealed continuously, and decision makers may face instantaneous changes in random news. Hence, technical tools for pricing derivative products require ways of handling random variables over infinitesimal time intervals. Discrete‐time Asset Pricing Models in Applied Stochastic Finance.

Author(s): About this book. basic financial instruments and the fundamental principles of financial modeling and arbitrage valuation of derivatives.

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I list below a little about each book. Does a great job of explaining things, especially in discrete time. Hull—More a book in straight finance, which is what it is intended. Pricing in Discrete Time One-Period Model Pricing via Duplication.

Since for all options, put-call-parity must hold, if three of the terms are known, the last one can also be found using the formula: Put-Call-Parity: C + PV(X) = P + S where C = Price of Call Option PV(X) = Present Value of Strike Price P = Price of Put Option.

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Vol I concentrates on the discrete pricing models while Vol II focuses on continuous models. Be warned that for the Vol II, a strong background in undergraduate mathematics is required - particularly in Real Analysis, Probability Theory and Measure Theory.

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[Nigel Cutland; Alet Roux] -- Derivatives are financial entities whose value is derived from the value of other more concrete assets such as stocks and commodities. They are an important ingredient of modern financial markets. Starting from discrete-time hedging on binary trees, continuous-time stock models (including Black-Scholes) are developed.

Practicalities are stressed, including examples from stock, currency and interest rate markets, all accompanied by graphical illustrations with realistic data.

Types. Three types are commonly considered: forward, backward, and central finite differences. A forward difference is an expression of the form [] = (+) − ().Depending on the application, the spacing h may be variable or constant.

When omitted, h is taken to be 1: Δ[ f ](x) = Δ 1 [ f ](x). A backward difference uses the function values at x and x − h, instead of the values at x + h and x. Training on Derivative Pricing in Discrete Time for CT 8 Financial Economics by Vamsidhar Ambatipudi.

This book studies only discrete-time systems, where time jumps rather than changes continuously. This restriction is not as severe as its seems. First, digital computers are, by design, discrete-time devices, so discrete-time signals and systems includes digital computers. Second, almost all.Efficient Pricing of Derivatives on Assets with Discrete Dividends asset price process dynamics are assumed for the two products for the time up until the first dividend date.

One can fix this by changing the definition to and a sequence of approximating discrete time processes ðÞS n, B ~ .Buy Derivative Pricing in Discrete Time (Springer Undergraduate Mathematics Series) by Cutland, Nigel J., Roux, Alet (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.