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There’s been a lot of criticism of the Black-Scholes model of late, on our Forum, in our blogs, in the magazine (see Haug & Taleb, Wilmott magazine, January 2008) and in other media. Most is warranted, but perhaps not all. I would now like to speak in its defence! This may seem perverse since I have been highly critical of this model for the last 15 years. But as I will explain, Black-Scholes is a remarkably robust model that copes very well even when its underlying assumptions are violated, as they inevitably are in practice. Before detailing my views on this matter, I’d like to explain ... Read More
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