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International Journal of Stochastic Analysis
Do Exercisespp. Optimal Stopping in continuous time. Square-integrable martingales, bracket- and quadratic variation- processes. Examples; elementary stochastic integral equations.
The Markov property lambedton solutions. Self-financing portfolios, wealth processes, equivalent martingale measure, arbitrage. Optimal stopping, Snell envelope, optimal exercise time.
Optimal stopping problem and American options. Fair price as an expectation under the equivalent martingale measure, and as the solution to a Partial Differential Equation.
Introduction to stochastic calculus applied to finance, by Damien Lamberton and Bernard Lapeyre
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Notions of trading strategies, arbitrage opportunities, contingent claims, hedging and pricing. Read Chapter 4 from Lamberton-Lapeyre pp. Minimizing the expected shortfall in hedging. European call- and put-options. Option pricing laeyre partial differential equations.
Notions of Arbitrage and Complete. Hedging of American claims. Explicit computa-tions in the logarithmic and power-cases.
The backwards-induction, Cox-Ross-Rubinstein formula. Brief review of Stochastic Calculus: Add to Wish List.
Diffusion models for the short-rate process; calibration to the initial term-structure; Gaussian and Markov-Chain models. European Options in Continuous-Time Models: Notion of stopping time.
Read Chapter lapegre from Lamberton-Lapeyre pp. Common terms and phrases adapted process admissible strategy algorithm American options American put arbitrage assume Black-Scholes model bounded Chapter compute conditional expectation consider continuous continuous-time converges cr-algebra Deduce defined Definition denote density derive differential inequalities discounted prices discounted value discretisation equality equivalent European option Exercise exists finite following proposition Girsanov theorem given HsdWs inequality interest rate Ito formula Ito process Lemma martingale matrix maturity method natural filtration non-negative normal random variable normal variable optimal stopping option price Pa.
Continuous-time processes, Poisson process, Brownian motion as a limit of simple random Walks. Extended trading strategies, free boundary problems, optimal exercise time, early exercise premium.
Introduction to Stochastic Calculus Applied to Finance – CRC Press Book
Request an e-inspection copy. Notions of Arbitrage and Complete- ness. Contingent claims, upper- and lower-hedging prices.
Account Options Sign in. Pricing and Hedging, single- and multi-period models, Binomial models.
Introduction to Stochastic Calculus Applied to Finance
Discrete- and continuous-time stochastic models for asset-prices. Mathematical theory and probabilistic tools for the analysis of security markets. Review of Stochastic Calculus: Heath-Jarrow-Morton model, diffusion and Gaussian models. Product pricing will be adjusted to match the corresponding currency.
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