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What is the origin of the words “put” and “call” that characterize derivatives?
And, in a second round, what is the origin of the "long" and "short" in characterizing the respective positions in assets? Any pointers to etymology, first occurrences, or related literature would be ...
Sep 22 '11 at 21:46
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