W FINANCIAL ENGINEERING. DINAMIC. HEDGING. MANAGING. VANILLA AND . EXOTIC OPTIONS. Nassim Taleh. Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Dynamic Hedging: Managing Vanilla and Exotic Options John Wiley & Sons, Jan 14, – Business & Economics – pages . Wiley finance editions. As the pace of change in financial markets and instruments quickens, Wiley Finance continues to Dynamic Hedging: Managing Vanilla and Exotic Options.
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Table of Contents Partial table wwiley contents: Tomcs29 rated it it was amazing Nov 26, Dynamic Hedging is replete with helpful tools, market anecdotes, at-a-glance risk management rules distilling years of market lore, and important definitions. There was an apparently straight-faced claim that we should care about the seventh derivatives of our options positions, which seems more than a bit ludicrous.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Rafael Jose Velasquez rated it it was amazing Dec 21, This text is certainly one I keep as a reference guide on my desk. Optionx bad, and in need of an editor.
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Dynamic Hedging: Managing Vanilla and Exotic Options
Palmer rated it really liked it May 01, May 02, David rated it liked it Shelves: Not every book that sells well is a great one. Dynamci Print-on-Demand format will be printed specifically to fill your order. The book contains modules in which the fundamental mathematics of derivatives, such as the Brownian motion, Ito’s lemma, the numeraire paradox, the Girsanov change of measure, and the Feynman-Kac solution are presented in intuitive practitioner’s language.
The generalized option, which encompasses all instruments with convex payoff, including a trader’s potential bonus.
Still, the amount of intuition garnered about how to deal with, or even think about such things contained in Dynamic Hedging is tiny compared with, for example, the books by Sheldon Natenberg or Lawrence G. This book will be of zero interest to anyone not involved in the securities trading industry and of small interest vajilla to those not involved with vajilla.
I know that, for some bizarre reason, this book became almost a ‘classic’ among option traders why??? The definitive book on options trading and risk management “If pricing is a science and hedging is an art, Taleb is a virtuoso.
Taleb and Wilmott to be satanic hors d’oeuvres until the end of days? Taleb’s book is one of the best at teaching derivatives concepts by heuristics rather than pedagogy; while the latter is important, the former is indispensable.
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Pablogayol rated it it was amazing Wliey 22, Sep 05, Austin rated it did not like it Shelves: It provides finande real-world methodology for managing portfolios containing any nonlinear security. Each chapter worth a fortune to any current or prospective derivatives trader. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Dynamic Hedging is an indispensable and definitive reference for market makers, academics, finance students, risk managers, and regulators.
So what do we do with these two poster boys for Muchausen-Syndrome-by-Proxy? The thing is that this book is bad. Fungibility Convergence and Stacking.