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A Jump Telegraph Model for Option Pricing

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In this paper we introduce a financial market model based on continuous time random motions with alternating constant velocities and with jumps occurring when the velocity switches. If jump directions are in the certain correspondence with the velocity directions of the underlying random motion with respect to the interest rate, the model is free of arbitrage. The replicating strategies for options are constructed in details. Closed form formulas for the option prices are obtained. En este trabajo se presenta un modelo de mercado financiero basado en movimientos aleatorios de tiempo continuo con velocidades constantes alternantes que ocurren cuando cambia la velocidad. Si las direcciones de los saltos se encuentran en determinada correspondencia con las direcciones de velocidad de los movimientos aleatorios subyacentes con respecto a la tasa de interés, entonces el modelo está libre de arbitraje. Las réplicas de estrategias para opciones se construyen en detalle. Se obtienen fórmulas de forma cerrada para los precios de las opciones.

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  • Nikita Ratanov, 2004. "A Jump Telegraph Model for Option Pricing," Borradores de Investigación 001919, Universidad del Rosario.
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    1. Elisa Nicolato & Emmanouil Venardos, 2003. "Option Pricing in Stochastic Volatility Models of the Ornstein‐Uhlenbeck type," Mathematical Finance, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 13(4), pages 445-466, October.
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    3. Nikita Ratanov, 2004. "Option Pricing Model Based on Telegraph Processes with Jumps," Borradores de Investigación 004330, Universidad del Rosario.
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    1. Alessandro De Gregorio & Stefano M. Iacus, 2007. "Change point estimation for the telegraph process observed at discrete times," Papers 0705.0503, arXiv.org.
    2. Alessandro Gregorio & Stefano Iacus, 2008. "Parametric estimation for the standard and geometric telegraph process observed at discrete times," Statistical Inference for Stochastic Processes, Springer, vol. 11(3), pages 249-263, October.
    3. Bogachev, Leonid & Ratanov, Nikita, 2011. "Occupation time distributions for the telegraph process," Stochastic Processes and their Applications, Elsevier, vol. 121(8), pages 1816-1844, August.
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    12. Antonio Di Crescenzo & Shelemyahu Zacks, 2015. "Probability Law and Flow Function of Brownian Motion Driven by a Generalized Telegraph Process," Methodology and Computing in Applied Probability, Springer, vol. 17(3), pages 761-780, September.
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