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Correct usage of transmission coefficient for timing the market


  • Ovidiu Racorean


Traders and investors involved in an option contract having the underlying stock in range bound are likely to lose their initial investment. Timing in buying an option contract is of capital importance. In a recent article [1] the hypothesis of range bound market is used in conjunction to Black-Scholes equation to find the transmission coefficient relation that help market professionals to correctly timing their investment and risk taking decisions. The present paper explores the theoretical basis of transmission coefficient and its empirical evidence on the market.

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  • Ovidiu Racorean, 2013. "Correct usage of transmission coefficient for timing the market," Papers 1307.5975,
  • Handle: RePEc:arx:papers:1307.5975

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    1. Ovidiu Racorean, 2013. "Time-independent pricing of options in range bound markets," Papers 1304.6846,, revised Jul 2013.
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