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Binomial option pricing model

• An option pricing model in which the underlying asset can take on only two possible, discrete values in the next time period for each value that it can take on in the preceding time period.

 
 

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Abandonment option
Administrative pricing rules
American option
American style option
Annuity form or option
Arbitrage free option pricing models
Arbitrage pricing theory
Asian option
Asset pricing model
Bargain purchase price option
Baumol model
Best pricing
Binary option
Black option model
Black scholes option model
Black scholes option pricing model
Business model eps projection
Butterfly option spread
Call an option
Call option
Capital asset pricing model
Compound option
Constant growth dividend valuation gordon model
Constant growth model
Covered or hedge option strategies
Currency option
Delta hedge of an option
Delta of an option
Discounted dividend model
Dividend discount model
Dividend growth model
Dividend valuation model
Doubling option
Down and in option
Down and out option
Elasticity of an option
Embedded option
European option
European style option
Exercise or option price
Exercising the option
Explicit option
Factor model
Foreign currency option
Futures option
Gamma of an option
Garmen kohlhagen option pricing model
Gordon model
Greenshoe option
Ho lee option model
Implicit option
In the money option
Index and option market
Index model
Index option
Intrinsic value of an option
Irrational call option
Liquid yield option note
Lookback option
Market model
Miller orr model
Multi option financing facility
Naked option
Naked option position
Naked option strategies
Option
Option adjusted duration
Option adjusted spread
Option adjusted spread model
Option elasticity
Option models
Option not to deliver
Option premium
Option price
Option seller
Option trading strategies
Option type
Option writer
Out of the money option
Path dependent option
Pie model of capital structure
Postponement option
Prepayment option
Pricing efficiency
Put an option
Put option
Quality option
Regulatory pricing risk
Rho of an option
Seller's option
Short option minimum charge
Simple linear trend model
Single factor model
Single index model
Split fee option
Stock index option
Stock option
Swap option
Tax deferral option
Tax timing option
Time value of an option
Timing option
Two factor model
Two state option pricing model
Value at risk model
Variable growth model
Virtual currency option
Wild card option
Yield curve option pricing models
Yield to call, option or event date
Zero growth model

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