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Derivative pricing under the possibility of long memory in the supOU stochastic volatility model

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  • Robert Stelzer
  • Jovana Zaviv{s}in

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We consider the supOU stochastic volatility model which is able to exhibit long-range dependence. For this model we give conditions for the discounted stock price to be a martingale, calculate the characteristic function, give a strip where it is analytic and discuss the use of Fourier pricing techniques. Finally, we present a concrete specification with polynomially decaying autocorrelations and calibrate it to observed market prices of plain vanilla options.

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  • Robert Stelzer & Jovana Zaviv{s}in, 2014. "Derivative pricing under the possibility of long memory in the supOU stochastic volatility model," Papers 1404.1773, arXiv.org.
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