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Author and financial expert Alireza Javaheri uses the classic approach to evaluating volatility – time series and financial econometrics – in a way that he believes is superior to methods presently used arbiitrage market participants. He also suggests that there may be ‘skewness’ trading opportunities that can be used to trade volaitlity markets more profitably. Filled with in-depth insight and expert advice, “Inside Volatility Arbitrage” will help traders discover when ‘skewness’ may present valuable trading opportunities as well as why it can be so profitable.
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Inside Volatility Arbitrage : The Secrets of Skewness
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Instead, tbe sometimes exhibit “fat tails,” which aredefined as prices that are skewed far away from the bolatility bellcurve. If the bulk of returns are pushed to the right, then thedistribution has positive skewness. The danger lies in negativelyskewed distribution with excess kurtosis, which means there’s ahigh probability of losses insive larger than the mean.
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When dealingwith volatility arbitrage, you must take these issues into accountin order to manage risk and capture profits. With Inside Volatility Arbitrage: The Secrets of Skewness, Alireza Javaheri provides one of the most comprehensive looks atthis important topic.
Divided into three informative sections, thisguide focuses on developing methodologies for estimating stochasticvolatility SV parameters from the stock-price time-series under aclassical framework. The Volatility Problem, Javaheri introduces theconcept of various parametric SV models and examines literature onthe subject of non-deterministic volatility.
Here, you’ll receivein-depth information on the relationship between volatility and thestock and derivatives markets, detailed insights on Brownian motionfor stock price returns, and option pricing techniques such asinversion of the Fourier transform and mixing Monte Carlo.
You’llalso gain invaluable knowledge on a variety of models, from localvolatility and stochastic volatility models to pure-jumpmodels.
The Inference Problem, Javaheri tackles the notionof inference or parameter estimation for parametric SVmodels–briefly analyzing cross-sectional inference and thenfocusing on time-series inference.
Here you’ll discover how toestimate model parameters using two possible sets of data: Finally, in Section 3: The Consistency Problem, Javaheri showsyou how to apply parametric inference methodologies to a fewassets.
He also reveals why you should question the consistency ofinformation contained in the options secrete and the stockmarket. Filled with in-depth insights, proven models, and illustrativecharts, Inside Volatility Arbitrage will help you realize when”skewness” may present valuable trading opportunities, as well aswhy it can be so profitable.
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This is a volaatility book and a deep, thoughtful, andcomplete tool. With his book, Dr. Javaheri has raised the entrylevel for authors in this field, providing the most sophisticated, modern tools and techniques you will need to stay ahead of thegame. Inside VolatilityArbitrage is loaded with useful, state-of-the-art information onstochastic volatility and calibration not found in any otherbook. This comprehensive volume applies thesefundamental concepts in providing an inside peek into thefascinating world of volatility trading and other sophisticatedstrategies.
As such, this book will appeal to anyone whose livesare touched by uncertainty in the financial markets. Alireza Javaheri’s booktackles all of these issues, with an especially comprehensivetreatment of parameter estimation. Table of contents Illustrations.
Inside Volatility Arbitrage: The Secrets of Skewness
Contributions and Further Research. The Stock Price Process. Jump Diffusion and Level-Dependent Volatility. The Market Price of Volatility Risk. The Generalized Fourier Transform. The Long-Term Asymptotic Case. A Series Expansion on Volatility-of-Volatility.
Variance Gamma with Stochastic Arrival. Variance Gamma with Gamma Arrival Rate. Direction Set Powell Method. The Arrbitrage of the Errors. The Simple and Extended Kalman Filters. The Unscented Kalman Filter. Parameter Estimation via Secrdts. Comparing Heston with Other Models.
The Performance of the Inference Tools.
Using the Characteristic Function. Convergence Issues and Solutions. Robustness Issues for the Cross-Sectional Method. An Example of the Skewness Trade. High Volatility-of-Volatility and High Correlation. All of this makes the book rich andvaluable. Go and get it! He has worked in the financial industry for many years with companies such as Citigroup, Lehman Inxide, and Goldman Sachs.
He has written numerous articles in various financial journals. Book ratings by Goodreads. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews.
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