Valuing American Style Options by Least Squares Methods
We investigate the finite sample performance of some recent Monte Carlo estimators under different market scenarios. We find that the accuracy and efficiency of these estimators are remarkable, even when more exotic financial instruments are considered. Finally, we extend the Glasserman and Yu (2004b) methodology to price Asian Bermudan options and basket options
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