By Salih N. Neftci, Ali Hirsa
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Extra resources for An Introduction to the Mathematics of Financial Derivatives (3rd Edition)
7 Relevance of the Arbitrage Theorem The arbitrage theorem provides a very elegant and general method for pricing derivative assets. 13), 0 < Q1 ≤ 1 Q2 + Q1 = 1 Hence, Qi ’s are positive numbers, and they sum to one. As such, they can be interpreted as two probabilities associated with the two states under consideration. We say “interpreted” because the true probabilities that govern the occurrence of the two states of the world will in general be different from the Q1 and Q2 . These are defined by Eq.
The notion of convergence of a sequence has to do with the “eventual” value of xn as n → ∞. In the case where xn represents real numbers, we can state this more formally: Definition 6. We say that a sequence of real numbers xn converges to x∗ < ∞ if for arbitrary ε > 0, there exists a N < ∞ such that xn − x∗ < ε for all n > N We call x∗ the limit of xn . 21) 38 3. REVIEW OF DETERMINISTIC CALCULUS In words, xn converges to x∗ if xn stays arbitrarily close to the point x∗ after a finite number of steps.
Let be a finite interval. 27) This equality means that the value assumed by f (·) at point x + , can be approximated by the value of f (·) at point x, plus the derivative fx multiplied by . ” In this sense, they can be used for obtaining a crude “prediction” of f (x + ) in real time. This prediction requires having a numerical value for fx , the value of the derivative at the point x. 40 3. REVIEW OF DETERMINISTIC CALCULUS Illustration of approximating f (x + ) using f (x) plus the derivative at x multiplied by .
An Introduction to the Mathematics of Financial Derivatives (3rd Edition) by Salih N. Neftci, Ali Hirsa