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No. Actually "risk neutral pricing" does not make assumptions on the risk preferences of the agents. Securities are priced as if agents were risk neutral (that is to say as a straight expectation of discounted payoffs) but where probabilities of states of the world are not the true ones but they have been adjusted to reflect preferences. The math: Say ...



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