Applied Math for Derivatives: A Non-Quant Guide To The Valuation And Modeling Of Financial Derivatives
Reviewed by Michael Phillips
um or discount to the prices implied by the basic equations.Go with the classic: Options, Futures, and Other Derivatives (5th Edition) -- by John C. Hull.
Reviewed by "reader_new_york", (Flushing, NY USA)
I agree with the Mr. Phillips about this book merely presenting the basic valuation equations, but I think that is the beauty of this book. Notice the title made a reference to this book beeing intended for 'non-quants'. However this book
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