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A contract that gives the owner the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell a security at a fixed price in the future.

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### Options order “logs” - how is it named? And is it somewhere online? [duplicate]

I try to find somewhere "logs" of options orders. I mean - when which order was posted for which option and what size. AFAIK, it is named "ticker tape" for stocks; or level-2.. But is there such ...
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### “Hedging” a put option, question on exercise

I have a question on the following exercise from S. Shreve: Stochastic Calculus for Finance, I: Exercise 4.2. In Example 4.2.1, we computed the time-zero value of the American put with strike ...
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### How can I improve the pricing simulation of basket option?

I valuated the price of below basket option Underlying assets are three global stock index : Eurostoxx 50, S&P500, KOSPI 200 Maturity: 36 months with advanced redemption date in every 6 months ...
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### Do Options and Other Derivatives follow any mathematical laws?

I'm interested in abstracting out some properties of options and other derivatives for software library I am implementing. I was wondering if options follow any sort of mathematical laws, for example, ...
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### How to replicate a correlation swap using only vanilla options and underlying

Assume I have two assets A and B that are positively correlated most of the time. I'm trading a strategy based on this correlation. Is there a way to protect myself in the event that the correlation ...
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### Writing an Options Strategy Backtester

I've been doing some digging, and this question has been asked many times in various forms over the years - Backtesting Options Strategies in R Are there any good tools for backtesting options ...
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### Special term for 'intersection' of option price

Suppose, I have written two ordered lists: $S_{call}= (\textbf{8000, 8050, 8100}, 8150, 8200, 8250)$ and $S_{put} = (7850, 7900, 7950, \textbf{8000, 8050, 8100})$. Entities are correspond to strike ...
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### Calculating historical implied volatility

I know that each individual option has it's own implied volatility, but how do you go about calculating the overall implied volatility for an underlying? For example when someone sais the IV of a ...
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### Monte Carlo and PDE results are different for a Call Option!

Okay so this might be a fairly trivial question but I'm having an issue with valuing a call option using both a Monte Carlo method and a PDE method. When I started I first used the parameters: Spot =...