Derivatives Pricing and Trading in Incomplete Markets: A Tutorial on Concepts: Wilmott Magazine Article – Dennis Yang

In this tutorial, various derivative pricing notions in incomplete markets are illustrated using a simple example, with emphasis on how to use these pricing concepts to make systematic trading decisions.

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