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Binomial options model

Binomial options model Definition

In finance, the binomial options model provides a generalisable numerical method for the valuation of options. The model differs from other option pricing models, in that it uses a “discrete-time” model of the varying price over time of financial instruments; the model is thus able to handle a variety of conditions for which other models cannot be applied.



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