Derivatives Markets Addison Wesley Series in Finance (PDF) by Robert L. McDonald



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    I'll admit from the get go that this review is only for the first three parts of Robert L McDonald's Derivative Markets Chapters 1 14 about hal

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    I read most of the chapters as it is a reuired reading for FM and MFE exam I would say the first few chapters are okay but the other chapters are terrible especially the chapters dealing with the mathematics of Back Scholes Formula After reading those chapters I had almost no clue how to manipulate with those differentials until I read the study guide I also thought the sections on early exercise had terrible e

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    Very good descriptions of the strategies I found it to be concise and easy to understand Particularly good if you have some

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    grrrr

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    I've learned about option pricing using binomial trees and stochastic differential euations It's a real page turner

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    Very good descriptions of the strategies I found it to be concise and easy to understand

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