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R graph gallery Compilation by Eric Lecoutre December 12, 2003 Contents 3D Bivariate Normal Density . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3D Scatterplot - Cloud, regression plan . . . . . . . . . 3D Wireframe - For surfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Agreeme

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Ethanol 85 (E-85) Versus Unleaded Gasoline: Comparison of Power and Efficiency in Single Cylinder, Air-Cooled Engines Keith Warnock, Aaron Dickinson, George W. Wardlow, and Donald M Johnson University of Arkansas Introduction With a rise in fuel prices an

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1b. Write down code to solve this problem for arbitary number of parameters, but make sure your routine is stable to solve the problem for high values of %code for problem 1b% %wrote the following function and saved as cake1b.m file% function F = cake1b(

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The Cake-Eating Problem The consumer maximizes 9 V(c0 , c1,. . ., c9 ) = ln(ct ) t =0 subject to kt = kt 1 ct 1 kt 0t t Optimal Consumption Path Calculated with Solver Period t 0 1 2 3 4 Consumption Cake Size Period Utility Discounted Utility Total Utilit

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Husbands Might Really Be That Cheap Matthew S. Chambers Department of Economics Towson University Don E. Schlagenhauf Department of Economics Florida State University Eric R. Young Department of Economics Florida State University October 2003 JEL Classica

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1. What this means is if you are buying the stock you pay the ask price (+ ) (the higher price) and if you are selling the stock you receive the bid price ( ) (the lower price). Dene r is the risk-free rate. Therefore > r and r > , money is being borrowed

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1. Consider the standard cake eating problem with a modication of the transition equation for the cake W = RW c (1) if R > 1. the cake yields a positive return, whereas if R (0, 1) the cake depreciates. c1 , calculate the optimal sequence of consumption.

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Jaime Frade ECO5282-Dr. Garriga Homework #2 1. A economy consists of two inntely lived consumers named i = 1, 2. There is one nonstorable consumption good. Consumer i consumers ci at time t. Consumer i ranks consumptions streams by t u(ci ) where t t=0 (

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Jaime Frade ECO5282-Dr. Garriga Homework #4 1. (Equilibrium with Exogenous Borrowing Constraints) Consider an economy with a continuum [0,1] of consumers of symmetric typed who live forever. Consumers have utility t log(ci ) t t=0 1 1 1 Consumers of type

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contract size Number of barrels Asst Price 5% OTM Volatility Risk-free rate 1000 1,000,000 23.81 25 0.32 Used standard deviation of rtns for 3 years (annualized) 0.08 Sheets are hidden to unhide, format->sheets->unhide Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Call optio

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11/1/1993 5/2/1994 11/1/1994 5/1/1995 11/1/1995 5/1/1996 11/1/1996 5/1/1997 11/3/1997 5/1/1998 11/2/1998 notional avg 30dayCP Option price (Spread) Hull pg709 200000000 0.03 0 5340160 200000000 0.05 0.51 # 200000000 0.06 0.2 49477100.4 200000000 0.06 0 10

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stike price 19,121.00 19,121.00 what he got to sell option 23403440.35 38782125.74 20000 Number of calls 40000 number of puts 20000 open position long in contracts nikki end here 19000 open position in long contract P/L Call Put 21000 64605566.08 # 20000

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L UCAS M ODEL BACKGROUND T HE P ROJECTION M ETHOD R ESULTS C ONCLUSION S OLVING THE L UCAS A SSET P RICING M ODEL U SING A P ROJECTION M ETHOD A PPROACH Andrew Culham aculham@math.fsu.edu Department of Mathematics Florida State University November 8, 2005

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Uncond. Var omega a b Date Date 5-Jan-76 6-Jan-76 7-Jan-76 8-Jan-76 9-Jan-76 12-Jan-76 13-Jan-76 14-Jan-76 15-Jan-76 16-Jan-76 19-Jan-76 20-Jan-76 21-Jan-76 22-Jan-76 23-Jan-76 26-Jan-76 27-Jan-76 28-Jan-76 29-Jan-76 30-Jan-76 2-Feb-76 3-Feb-76 4-Feb-76 5

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Sunday, October 15, 2006 1 The Greek Letters FIN 4934 2006, Dr. James S. Doran, Department of Finance, Florida State University garnet.acns.fsu.edu/~jsdoran Sunday, October 15, 2006 2 The Black-Scholes Formulas c = S0 N ( d1 ) X e rT N ( d 2 ) p = X e rT

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US Problem 2 a.) U.S Bond \$27.35 HK Bond \$212.87 c.) 6.60% 1 6.6 6.19 \$52.54 0.93 2 6.6 5.81 HK 7.45% 3 6.6 5.45 4 6.6 5.11 0.87 -0.02 \$50.50 0.81 -0.03 \$50.07 0.75 -0.03 \$49.64 Problem 3 Contracts 0.37 Futures Price Rate of Return Portfolio Future Future

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Option 1.) a.) b.) c.) 600 \$22,800.00 \$25,200.00 \$7,560.00 \$6,480.00 6 \$18,600.00 \$21,000.00 7 4200 2.) Value of equity is Debt is equal to in 1 year Bondholders get V=max(A-K,0) K min(A,K) K-MAX(K-A,0) This is just a call option This is just the strike p

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#1c. Based on the correlations, we could use the heating oil futures as they are more highly correlated to the changes in spot price of the crude oil than the propane futures. Overall, a majority of the correlations indicate that ragne from a moderate to

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James S. Doran Assistant Professor of Finance Florida State University OptionPricingandFinancialRiskManagement Homework#1 For this homework you will need to use the excel file Oil.xls. Note that there are futures prices for crude oil, heating oil, and pro

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James S. Doran Assistant Professor of Finance Florida State University OptionPricingandFinancialRiskManagement Homework#3 SeniorSeminar4934 1. Atraderbuys600sharesofastockandsellssixcalloptionscontractsonthestock. Thestrikepriceis\$40.Thepriceoftheoptionis

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James S. Doran Assistant Professor of Finance Florida State University OptionPricingandFinancialRiskManagement Homework#4 SeniorSeminar4934 1.UsingthemostrecentoptionsonQQQQthatexpireinDecember.(Hint:UsetheBlack ScholescalculatorfortheGreeks) a.Howwouldy

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Accounting for Changes in the Homeownership Rate Carlos Garriga Department of Economics Florida State University Tallahassee, Florida 32306 Matthew Chambers Department of Economics Towson University Towson, Maryland 21252 Don E. Schlagenhauf Department of

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1. Consider the standard cake eating problem with a modication of the transition equation for the cake W = RW c (1) if R > 1. the cake yields a positive return, whereas if R (0, 1) the cake depreciates. c1 , calculate the optimal sequence of consumption.

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This is like hw 7,5 (pg177) see example in solutions maunal Rates US HK time 0.066 equal R 0.0745 equals Rf 5 Exchange rate www.xe.com FX 1 US = 0.128884 HKD this is -> spot rates 1HKD = 7.758915 US Time (years) receiving per year 1 2 3 4 5 6.60 6.60 6.60

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Contracts Shares Strike price Price of Option 6 600 40 7 The Minimum cash investment: a) If the stock price is 18600 b) If the stock price is \$38.00 Assuming that the options have maturities of less than 9months \$42.00 \$38.00 21000 c) If the contracts wer

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Contracts Shares Strike price Price of Option 6 600 40 7 The Minimum cash investment: a) If the stock price is 18600 b) If the stock price is \$38.00 Assuming that the options have maturities of less than 9months \$42.00 \$38.00 21000 c) If the contracts wer

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Option cost Option cost 5 4 x1 St T1 40 x2 St 0 T2 0_MONS 45 0.25 4_MONS sell x1 buy x2 at expiry at expiry option priceoption price 35 5 -4 36 5 -4 37 5 -4 38 5 -4 39 5 -4 40 5 -4 41 4 -4 42 3 -4 43 2 -4 44 1 -4 45 0 -4 46 -1 -3 47 -2 -2 48 -3 -1 49 -4 0

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Option cost Option cost 5 4 x1 St T1 40 x2 St 0 T2 0_MONS 45 0.25 4_MONS sell x1 buy x2 at expiry at expiry option priceoption price 35 5 -4 36 5 -4 37 5 -4 38 5 -4 39 5 -4 40 5 -4 41 4 -4 42 3 -4 43 2 -4 44 1 -4 45 0 -4 46 -1 -3 47 -2 -2 48 -3 -1 49 -4 0

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S0 Rfr 151.84 3.9050% http:/www.dividendium.com/Blo http:/www.cboe.com/Strategies Long calls and short uncovered calls: strike price plus premium CALL OPTIONS Strike Symbol 60 SWVLH.X 61 SWVLI.X 62 SWVLJ.X 63 SWVLK.X 64 SWVLL.X 65 SWVLM.X 66 SWVLN.X 67 SW

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30 20 10 0 Column B Column D Column F -10 -20 -30 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43 45 47 49 51 53 55 57 59 61 63 65 67 69 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62 64 66 68 70 Option cost Option cost 5 4 buy x2 at expiry option

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This program calculates Black-Scholes values for European-Style call and put options on an underlying asset that pays a continuous yield. The user must input six values: current price of the underlying asset; exercise price; risk-free rate; current cash y

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S&P 500 Index Date Close 12/31/2001 1148.08 12/28/2001 1161.02 12/27/2001 1157.13 12/26/2001 1149.37 12/24/2001 1144.65 12/21/2001 1144.89 12/20/2001 1139.93 12/19/2001 1149.56 12/18/2001 1142.92 12/17/2001 1134.36 12/14/2001 1123.09 12/13/2001 1119.38 12

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Date Open High Low Close Volume Adj Close 12/29/2005 1258.17 1260.61 1254.18 1254.42 # 1254.42 12/28/2005 1256.54 1261.1 1256.54 1258.17 # 1258.17 12/27/2005 1268.66 1271.83 1256.54 1256.54 # 1256.54 12/23/2005 1268.12 1269.76 1265.92 1268.66 # 1268.66 12

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Jaime Frade ECO5282-Dr. Garriga Homework #4 1. (Equilibrium with Exogenous Borrowing Constraints) Consider an economy with a continuum [0,1] of consumers of symmetric typed who live forever. Consumers have utility t log(ci ) t t=0 1 1 1 Consumers of type

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To invest \$4,000 Amazon\'s Stock price \$40 Call Price, \$45 \$2 # shares 100 # options 20 Potential Price in 2 months \$38 \$3,800 \$4,000 \$39 \$3,900 \$4,100 \$40 \$4,000 \$4,200 \$41 \$4,100 \$4,300 \$42 \$4,200 \$4,400 \$43 \$4,300 \$4,500 Value of Stock Position Value of

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Option Pricing and Financial Risk Management FIN 4934 # \" \$ ! \" !\" \" \" % \"! % *0# % ! / % 12 \" \" \" 2 3 ! 4 6 % 2\" /\" 56 !- 7 8 \" 9 8 ! < < < < 2!;\" 6 \" 0 * = 8 ! 0 3 \"% % ;\" ! 2 \"0 > 2 2* = 3 < \" \" / 1 ! 8 3 2*A6 ; # 6 ? \"

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Question 1: Metallgesellschaft a.) Hypothetically speaking, Arthur Benson decided to, in lieu of selling long term forward contracts, to sell longterm 5% OTM call options to his clients. In particular, he sold to one client, the option to buy one million

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Mechanics of Futures Markets Do they check the breaks as well as do a tune up? Lecture 1: Introduction 1 of 28 Dr. James S. Doran, Department of Finance, Florida State University garnet.acns.fsu.edu/~jsdoran Futures Contracts Available on a wide range of

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Value at Risk Lecture 18: VAR # \$ % #% , % % ! \" k! ! \"# \$ % + #% - (\" -+ ) (\" * ! , /# % , ! \"# \$ % . \$ -! ! ! ./ #% ! \"# \$ % 0 #\" ,% % % % 2 3 ! 10 - day VaR = 10 1- day VaR ! ! ! ! \"# \$ % 1 2 -( \' ! ! ! ! ! ! !

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Are Husbands Really That Cheap? Matthew S. Chambers Department of Economics Towson University Don E. Schlagenhauf Department of Economics Florida State University Eric R. Young Department of Economics Florida State University July, 2003 Abstract The life

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MATLAB - Solving a Nonlinear Equation In the last lab we learned some basic MATLAB commands and learned how to write two types of M-les - scripts and functions. In addition, we solved a nonlinear equation using the Bisection method. In this lab we will le

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CHEE 222: PROCESS DYNAMICS AND NUMERICAL METHODS Solving Nonlinear Equation(s) in MATLAB 1 Introduction This tutorial helps you use MATLAB to solve nonlinear algebraic equations of single or multiple variables. 2 Writing MATLAB functions In order to use t

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! # \$% ! # \$% \" \'( )* + + ! ! \" #\$ What happened if oil prices fall? (in late 1993) What Cause funding problems for MGRM Cancel its long-term contracts with its customers Terminate its hedging program Cause about \$1.3 billion loss , 1 ! # \$% ! # \$% )*

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Household Portfolio Allocations, Life Cycle Eects and Anticipated Ination Matthew Chambers Department of Economics Towson University Towson, Maryland 21252 Don E. Schlagenhauf Department of Economics Florida State University Tallahassee, Florida 32306 Feb

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Mortgage Contracts and Housing Tenure Decisions Matthew S. Chambers Department of Economics Towson University Towson, Maryland 21252 Carlos Garriga Department of Economics Florida State University and CREB Tallahassee, Florida 32306 Don Schlagenhauf Depar

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This program calculates Black-Scholes values for European-Style call and put options on an underlying asset that pays a continuous yield. The user must input six values: current price of the underlying asset; exercise price; risk-free rate; current cash y

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2008 Chevy Impala LTZ - Regular Gasoline Inputs Interest rate Dividend yield Volatility Time to exp. Strike Spot u d 0.05 0 0.47 10 3189.05 2,000 1.6 0.63 Time Steps 10 Option Type Call Exercise Type European Put or Call European or American P 0.43 8167.3

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Lucas Tree Models Financial Economics II Yang-Ho Park 1 1. Consider and economy with a representative consumer with preferences described by E0 t u(ct ) where u(ct ) = ln(ct + ) where 0 and t=0 ct denotes consumption of the fruit in period t. The sole sou

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