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Typically, three types of implied volatility smiles are seen in commodity options: the reverse skew, the smile, and the forward skew. I put forward an economic explanati [...]
2015-01 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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The two most intriguing anomalies in currency markets are: 1) the implied volatility smile in currency options, and 2) the forward discount bias in currency exchange rate [...]
2015-02 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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A key limitation of the Black Scholes model is that it assumes a complete market (claims are replicable with existing assets). We put forward a new option pricing formula [...]
2013-09 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Constantinides et al (2013) put forward a number of empirical findings regarding leverage adjusted S&P 500 index option returns. Their findings are puzzling in the co [...]
08 July 2014 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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An analogy based option pricing model is put forward. If option prices are determined in accordance with the analogy model, and the Black Scholes model is used to back-o [...]
2014-10 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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A key limitation of the Black Scholes model is that it assumes a complete market (claims are replicable with existing assets). We put forward a new option pricing formula [...]
2013-09 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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The empirical performance of covered call writing is quite puzzling in the traditional finance framework. Covered call writing is typically a risk reducing strategy so it [...]
2014-01 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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The belief that the essence of the Black Scholes model is correct implies that one is unaware that a delta-hedged portfolio is risky, while believing that the proposition [...]
2014-01 | Working or Discussion Paper |

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