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Derivatives [electronic resource] : markets, valuation, and risk management / Robert E. Whaley.

Author/Creator:
Whaley, Robert E.
Publication:
Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, c2006.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (962 p.)
Edition:
1st edition
Series:
Wiley finance series.
The Wiley finance series
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Subjects:
Derivative securities -- Marketing.
Derivative securities -- Valuation.
Financial risk management.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
System Details:
text file
Summary:
Robert Whaley has more than twenty-five years of experience in the world of finance, and with this book he shares his hard-won knowledge in the field of derivatives with you. Divided into ten information-packed parts, Derivatives shows you how this financial tool can be used in practice to create risk management, valuation, and investment solutions that are appropriate for a variety of market situations. Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.
Contents:
Derivatives: Markets, Valuation, and Risk Management; Contents; Preface; DERIVATIVE MARKETS; FUNDAMENTALS OF VALUATION; FORWARD/FUTURES/SWAP VALUATION; OPTION VALUATION; STOCK DERIVATIVES; STOCK INDEX DERIVATIVES; CURRENCY DERIVATIVES; INTEREST RATE DERIVATIVES; COMMODITY DERIVATIVES; LESSONS LEARNED; OPTVAL; REFERENCES; Acknowledgments; About the Author; Part I: Derivative Markets; Chapter 1: Derivative Contracts and Markets; FORWARDS; OPTIONS; WHY DO DERIVATIVES MARKETS EXIST?; EVOLUTION OF DERIVATIVES MARKETS; ATTRIBUTES OF EXCHANGE-TRADED DERIVATIVE MARKETS
ATTRIBUTES OF OTC DERIVATIVE MARKETSSUMMARY; REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED READINGS; APPENDIX 1: SQUEEZING THE SOYBEAN MARKET40; Part II: Fundamentals of Valuation; Chapter 2: Assumptions and Interest Rate Mechanics; UNDERLYING ASSUMPTIONS; INTEREST RATE MECHANICS; DISCOUNT BONDS; COUPON-BEARING BONDS; TERM STRUCTURE OF INTEREST RATES; STOCK VALUATION; SUMMARY; REFERENCES AND SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER READING; APPENDIX 2A: TAYLOR SERIES EXPANSION OF BOND VALUE; APPENDIX 2B: SUM OF A GEOMETRIC PROGRESSION; Chapter 3: Relation between Return and Risk; UTILITY THEORY; PORTFOLIO THEORY
CAPITAL ASSET PRICING MODELPORTFOLIO PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT; SUMMARY; REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED READINGS; Part III: Forwards/Futures/Swap Valuation; Chapter 4: No-Arbitrage Price Relations: Forwards, Futures, Swaps; UNDERSTANDING CARRY COSTS/BENEFITS; VALUING FORWARDS; VALUING FUTURES; IMPLYING FORWARD NET CARRY RATES; VALUING SWAPS; SUMMARY; REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED READINGS; Chapter 5: Risk Management Strategies: Futures; EXPECTED RETURN AND RISK; HEDGING PRICE RISK; HEDGING REVENUE RISK; HEDGING MARGIN RISK; HEDGING PORTFOLIO VALUE; HEDGING MULTIPLE SOURCES OF RISK; ESTIMATION ISSUES
SUMMARYREFERENCES AND SUGGESTED READINGS; Part IV: Option Valuation; Chapter 6: No-Arbitrage Price Relations: Options; OPTIONS AND FORWARDS; CONTINUOUS RATES; DISCRETE FLOWS; NO-ARBITRAGE FUTURES OPTIONS RELATIONS; NO-ARBITRAGE INTER-MARKET RELATIONS; SUMMARY; REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED READINGS; Chapter 7: Valuing Standard Options Analytically; INTUITION OF RISK-NEUTRAL VALUATION; LOG-NORMAL PRICE DISTRIBUTION; VALUING A EUROPEAN-STYLE CALL OPTION; VALUING A EUROPEAN-STYLE PUT OPTION; MEASURING RISK OF EUROPEAN-STYLE OPTIONS; SUMMARY; REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED READINGS
APPENDIX 7A: APPLICATIONS OF ITO'S LEMMAAPPENDIX 7B: RELATION BETWEEN THE CONTINUOUSLY COMPOUNDED MEAN RETURN AND THE MEAN CONTINUOUSLY COMPOUNDED RETURN; APPENDIX 7C: APPROXIMATION OF THE UNIVARIATE NORMAL PROBABILITY; APPENDIX 7D: DERIVATION OF BLACK-SCHOLES/MERTON OPTION VALUATION FORMULA; APPENDIX 7E: DERIVATION OF THE " GREEKS"; Chapter 8: Valuing Nonstandard Options Analytically; ALL-OR-NOTHING OPTIONS; GAP OPTIONS; CONTINGENT PAY OPTIONS; FORWARD-START OPTIONS; RATCHET OPTIONS; CHOOSER OPTIONS; EXCHANGE OPTIONS; OPTIONS ON THE MAXIMUM AND THE MINIMUM; COMPOUND OPTIONS; LOOKBACK OPTIONS
BARRIER OPTIONS
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Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN:
1-119-20198-5
1-280-82197-3
9786610821976
0-470-08638-6
OCLC:
86080405