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Using Black-Scholes equations to “buy” stocks
From what I understand, Black-Scholes equation in finance is used to price options which are a contract between a potential buyer and a seller. Can I use this mathematical framework to "buy" a stock? ...
Mar 19 '11 at 1:06
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