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What are some useful approximations to the Black-Scholes formula?
Let the Black-Scholes formula be defined as the function $f(S, X, T, r, v)$. I'm curious about functions that are computationally simpler than the Black-Scholes that yields results that approximate ...
May 10 '11 at 15:44
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