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Differences between binomial option and risk-neutral

Discuss differences between the binomial option pricing model and the risk-neutral method of option pricing

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When we use the binomial option pricing model, the option is priced based on a risk-neutral model derived from a mathematical formula that takes the value at each specified point in time into account. The points in time start with the valuation date of the option and continue until the option ...

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Discuss differences between the binomial option pricing model and the risk-neutral method of option pricing

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