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### Derivative Pricing of an Asset

The Stochastic Differential Equation that models the change in an asset price is $$dS = (12S-sin(S))dt+\frac{\sigma S}{S^2+1}dX$$ where dX's are random variables drawn from standard normal ...
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### Is there a relation between the so-called volatility drag and the sigma term in Black-Scholes' model? [duplicate]

The closed-form solution of Black Scholes Dynamics $dS_t=S_t(\mu dt +\sigma dW_t$) is $$S_t=S_0 e^{(\mu -\sigma ^2/2) t+\sigma dW_t}.$$ The $-\sigma^2/2$ term is quite similar to the volatility drag ...
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### Operator splitting method on three assets black scholes equation

Currently I am studying finite difference method on derivatives with three (or more) underlyings and little bit confused on operator splitting method because two papers have different result. For the ...
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### Implicit finite difference method always guarantees positive and stable price of derivative?

For the following black scholes pde $$f_t + rSf_S+\frac{1}{2}\sigma^2S^2f_{SS} = rf$$ By denoting $f_{i}^{n} =$ Price of derivative at price node $i$ and time node $n$ and assume uniform grid, the ...
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### May someone please explain the intuition behind the Black-Scholes Equation?

Consider the Black-Scholes equation for a European Call Option, \begin{equation} \begin{cases}\frac{\partial V}{\partial t} + \frac{1}{2}\sigma^2 S^2 \frac{\partial^2 V}{\partial S^2} + r\frac{\...
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### Option pricing PDE Black Scholes one-factor Hull-White (or Vasicek) model

I am trying to find the option pricing PDE of the Black Scholes one-factor Hull-White (or Vasicek) model using a self-financing portfolio strategy. The system is as following \begin{equation*} \begin{...
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### Black Scholes PDE boundary conditions

So I'm trying to solve the black scholes equation using a finite difference model, but I'm getting a answer that's off and I'm having trouble understanding why. This is the result for a option with K ...
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### Question About Converting Black Scholes Differential Equation to Heat Equation

I'm reading a book about converting Black Scholes equation to heat equation and I highlighted in bold for those I have doubts, and really appreciate your advice on it. Let $S$,$T$,$V$ denote ...
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### Nonlinear Black-Scholes model Vs linear Black-Scholes

I am working on a project related to Nonlinear BS partial differential equation, with terms for transaction costs and/or discrete hedging. I have two questions: Is there any exact solution to the ...
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### Black Scholes PDE

I seen two variations of the Black-Scholes PDE with either $+{\frac {\partial V}{\partial t}}$ or $-{\frac {\partial V}{\partial t}}$, and wanted to ask why that is? a) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...
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### Forward price vs. futures price - Wilmott

I am reading Paul Wilmott's book PWOQF2, and there is something I don't get in his derivation of the convexity adjustment between forward and futures prices (chap. 30). He models $S$ and $r$ ...
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### Black-Scholes equation Variational / Weak form

I am having difficulty deriving the weak formulation of the Black-Scholes Equation. I have multiplied it with a test function phi and integrated over Omega. But results on the internet suggest ...
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### Alternative derivation of Black Scholes by Merton

I am currently reading the Theory of Rational Option Pricing (1973) by Robert Merton. In the paper, I encountered a section under the title "An Alternative Derivation of the Black- Scholes Model". I ...
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### Linear Or nonlinear Black Scholes Equation

I have been going through the analytical solutions of black scholes equation which transforms it to a heat equation. $$u_{t}=\frac{1}{2}\sigma^{2}u_{xx}$$ Now if the volatility is constant , then its ...
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### Delta hedging: theoretical value vs actual price

One way to derive the Black-Scholes PDE is via the Delta-hedging argument: Suppose that $V_t = V(t, S_t)$, for some function $V: [0,T] \times \mathbb{R} \to \mathbb{R}$. We construct a portfolio by ...
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### What class of derivatives satisfy the Black-Scholes PDE?

The title pretty much sums up the question, but I will provide some context. There is a large class of derivatives—such as those the payoffs from which depend only on the share price at maturity—...