Managing Portfolio of Options
The aim of this note is to show that using sophisticate option pricing models is necessary not only for banks with big portfolios of exotic options. It is necessary also for portfolio management of plain vanilla options.
KeywordsStock Price Option Price Stochastic Volatility Stock Option Implied Volatility
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