# Questions tagged [optimal-hedge-ratio]

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### mathematical proof of the hedge ratio formula for bond futures

We know that the hedge ratio ϕ_F that we should use in order to to the duration-hedging through bond futures is: $$ϕ_F= -(DV01_B / DV01_{CTD} )\cdot CF_{CTD}$$ Where $\textrm{DV01}_B$ is the dollar ...
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### How to hedge 3 Month SOFR futures with 1 Month SOFR futures considering FOMC meeting

Has anyone considered trading SR3 vs SR1 SOFR futures? They both have the same underlying basis of daily SOFR, and how would one calculate a hedge ratio for the SR1 to trade along SR3? Looking at the ...
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### Hedge for some exotic options

It is well known that a european call option with strike price $C(K)=(S_T-k)^+$ coul be hedge using the Black-Scholes formula $BS(t,T,r,K,S_0)$. I would like to find a hedge (or sub-hedge) of the the ...
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### Pair trading: Hege ratio by price ratio or by regression on the stocks

So I feel things like this question do exist on the site however I failed to form a conclusion based on what was written, so I decided to formulate my query as exactly as possible and hopefully anyone ...
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### How to tail a hedge? (Question 3.26 from Hull, edition 10)

I am new to finance so I apologize if my question is really basic (which it probably is). If this is not the right "stackexchange" group for this, kindly refer me to the right one. Let's say you own ...
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### Two questions regarding cross-hedge

A company has to hold an underlying asset for one year and it is looking to use Brent Crude futures to hedge against changes in the underlying asset's price. Assuming there is no liquidity concerns ...
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### hedging correlated instruments

If two instruments have a significant negative correlation but the percent change in the price of the instrument moving in positive direction is always more by a fraction than the one moving in ...