|PDF Title||:||Option Pricing Models and Volatility Using Excel-VBA|
|Author||:||Fabrice D. Rouah & Gregory Vainberg|
|Total Page||:||458 Pages|
|PDF Size||:||9.98 MB|
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“The advantage of binomial and trinomial trees is that not only can they can be used to value just about any type of option, but they are very easy to implement. The drawback of binomial trees is that the amount of increase or decrease of the security at each node, as well as the probability of an increase or a decrease, is usually fixed.
In these models, jumps in asset prices are not permitted. In this chapter we introduce several binomial trees, the popular Cox, Ross, and Rubinstein (1979) (CRR) binomial tree, the Leisen and Reimer (1996) binomial tree, the flexible binomial tree of Tian (1999), the Edgeworth binomial tree of Rubinstein (1998), and the trinomial tree of Boyle (1986).
In the CRR binomial tree we allow dividends in the form of payments at prespecified periods. We also introduce the implied binomial tree of Derman and Kani (1994); the implied trinomial tree of Derman, Kani and Chriss (1996); and the adaptive mesh method (AMM) of Figlewski and Gao (1999).
In Chapter 7 we show how option sensitivities (the Greeks) can be extracted from these trees, and in Chapter 8 we use trees to obtain prices of exotic options.”
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