You are here

How Much Should You Pay for a Derivative?

by Bennett Eisenberg (Lehigh University)

This article originally appeared in:
College Mathematics Journal
November, 1998

Subject classification(s): Applied Mathematics | Mathematics for Business
Applicable Course(s): 2.8 Business Math

Mathematical analysis of the pricing of a stock option and other financial derivatives


A pdf copy of the article can be viewed by clicking below. Since the copy is a faithful reproduction of the actual journal pages, the article may not begin at the top of the first page.

To open this file please click here.

These pdf files are furnished by JSTOR.

Classroom Capsules would not be possible without the contribution of JSTOR.

JSTOR provides online access to pdf copies of 512 journals, including all three print journals of the Mathematical Association of America: The American Mathematical Monthly, College Mathematics Journal, and Mathematics Magazine. We are grateful for JSTOR's cooperation in providing the pdf pages that we are using for Classroom Capsules.

Average: 3.1 (16 votes)

Dummy View - NOT TO BE DELETED