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Unformatted text preview: H ) Sn+1 (aH ) Vn+1 (aT ) Sn+1 (aT ) one needs all of the information generated by the recursion. 2 (HH ) =0 2 (HT ) = (0 (T T ) = (6 2 1 (H ) = (0 6)/(16 4) = 0.5 9)/(4 1) = 1 2.4)/(32 8) = 0.1 1 (T ) = (2.4 6)/(8 2) = 0.6 3.2)/(16 4) 0 (T ) = (0.96 Notice that Vn (aH ) Vn (aT ) and the change in the price of the option is always smaller than the change in the price of the stock so 1 n (a) 0. 190 CHAPTER 6. MATHEMATICAL FINANCE Example 6.4. Put-call parity. Consider the binomial model with S0 = 32, u = 3/2, d = 2/3 and r = 1/6. By (6.5) the risk neutral probability p⇤ = 1+r d 7/6 = ud 3/2 2/ 3 3/ 6 = = 0.6 2/3 5/ 6 so by (6.12) the value satisﬁes Vn (a) = 1 (3.6Vn+1 (aH ) + 2.4Vn+1 (aT )) 7 We will now compute the values for the call and put with strike 49 and expiry 2. In the diagrams below the numbers above the line are the value of the stock and the ones below are the value of the option, and the replicating strategy. 81 call 32 54 115.2 A 7 A 36 A 414.72 A 49 A A put 36 A A A 31.2 7 414.72 A 49 0 54 36 0 24 0 81 A A A 36 13 24 126 7 16...
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