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# The Mathematics of Finance: Modeling and Hedging (The Brooks/Cole Series in Advanced Mathematics) ebook

## by Joseph Stampfli,Victor Goodman

Download Citation On Jul 1, 2001, S. David Promislow and others published Stampfli, Joseph, and Goodman, Victor .

Key concepts such as martingales, change of measure, and the Heath-Jarrow-Morton model are described with mathematical precision in a style tailored for market practitioners.

Victor Goodman; Joseph Stampfli. The Mathematics of Finance: Modeling and Hedging. This book is ideally suited for an introductory undergraduate course on financial engineering. It explains the basic concepts of financial derivatives, including put and call options, as well as more complex derivatives such as barrier options and options on futures contracts. Both discrete and continuous models of market behavior are developed in this book. Base Product Code Keyword List: amstext; AMSTEXT; amstext/7; AMSTEXT/7; amstext-7; AMSTEXT-7. Print Product Code: AMSTEXT/7. Online Product Code: AMSTEXT/7.

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Victor Goodman and Joseph Stampfli, The mathematics of finance: modeling and hedging. John Hull, Options, Futures, and other derivatives. 1. Examples of financial instruments To make things more concrete, let us start by looking at some ex- amples of more often used financial instruments that will provide some basic examples for the theory developed in this class. In fact, one of the main goals of this course is to develop techniques to valuate financial instruments similar to the Futures and Options introduced below. Forwards, Futures, and Options.

Explains basic financial and mathematical concepts used in modeling and hedging. Each topic is introduced with the assumption that the reader has little to no previous exposure to financial matters or to the activities that are common to major equity markets. Contains chapters on financial markets

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finance : modeling and hedging, Victor Goodman, Joseph Stampfli c2001, in series: The Brooks/Cole series in advanced mathematics. 2. Hedging (Finance) I. Stampfli, Joseph G. (Joseph Gail), 1932- II.

p. cm. - (Pure and applied undergraduate texts ; v. 7) Originally published: Australia ; Pacific Grove, CA : Brooks/Cole, c2001, in series: The Brooks/Cole series in advanced mathematics. Title.

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The Mathematics of Finance: Modeling and Hedging explains the process of computing derivative prices in terms of underlying equity prices, while at the same time provides readers with the mathematical tools and techniques to carry out that process. The authors help readers understand the process, develop insights into how derivatives are used, and comprehend the risk associated with creating or trading these assets. These insights into derivative trading provide extra knowledge of how modern equity markets work.
furious ox
My only problem with it is it doesn't give complete definitions on how certain financial products return money for buyers and sellers, but its still a great book for an introductory course on mathematical finance for people who have no experience in finance.
Umdwyn
this book is really bad. in fact, our teacher decided that she wont ever use this book. although chapters 2-4 are really good, the rest of the material is so bad. the authors completely hand wave everything and make some assumptions without proofs. on top of that, there are so many errors in the book it is just something amazing. sometimes, i dont even know if i am correct or wrong in my reasoning because the answers are wrong to many problems on the page. i just dont understand how you can talk about pricing a call option without an understanding of geometric brownian motion? there is no part in the book where it explains geometric brownian motion. also, there is no payoff diagram. what the heck. no material on arbitrage with put call parity or anything. honestly, very poorly written. i am glad these guys retired.
superstar
The math in this book is very hard to follow. Many of the formulas are stated without adequate explanation. Also, many of the finance terms are not defined, and it is hard to keep track of what the authors are talking about. It assumes that you know many things about finance beforehand.
watchman
We were provided with a list of books for an undergraduate introductory course in mathematical finance which included books from Ross, Joshi, Hull, and this. I find this to be rather complete and comprehensive than the above mentioned. Its much easier to digest than the Ross and Joshi books. Even though Hull's book explains the concepts a little thoroughly, I find it kind of vague for a math major, Hull's is definitely the best for a finance major. Only drawback about this book is that it does not have enough practice problems but neither the other books.
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