Assessment of Contingent Liabilities for Risk Assets Evolutions Built on Brownian Motion

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ABSTRACT

This paper is a generalization of the results of the previous papers. Using these results a class of evolutions of risk assets based on the geometric Brownian motion is constructed. Among these evolutions of risk assets, the important class of the random processes is the random processes with parameters built on the basis of the discrete geometric Brownian motion. For this class of random processes the interval of non-arbitrage prices are found for the wide class of contingent liabilities. In particular, for the payoff functions of standard options call and put of the European type the fair prices of super-hedge are obtained. Analogous results are obtained for the put and call of arithmetical options of Asian type. For the parameters entering in the definition of random process the description of all statistical estimates is presented. Statistical estimate for which the fair price of super-hedge for the payoff functions of standard call and put options of European type is minimal is indicated. From the formulas found it follows that the fair price of super-hedge can be less than the price of the underlying asset. In terms of estimates the simple formula for the fair price of super-hedge is found. Every estimates can be realized in the reality. This depends on the distribution function of the observed dates in the financial market.

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Gonchar, N. (2020) Assessment of Contingent Liabilities for Risk Assets Evolutions Built on Brownian Motion. Advances in Pure Mathematics, 10, 259-296. doi: 10.4236/apm.2020.105016.

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