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    hey guys. i m working on this quite tricky option question and needed some help. i am trying to figure out how to draw a payoff graph.
    if anyone, who understands option theory very well, volunteers can i just pm the volunteer.

    thank you
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    I am by no means an expert, but I know some (I had a financial investment module last year).

    Just give me a buzz, I'll help if I can
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Option_...rican_style.29
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    i said very well. wiki is just basic stuff.
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    can't all options be expressed as a combination of arrow debreu securities? I'm guessing that's why he posted the basics for you. Send me a message, I probably won't be able to answer your question but you've got me interested.
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    lol.
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    Tricky and 'draw payoff graph'?

    Must be some kind of weird joke...
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    (Original post by wazzup)
    hey guys. i m working on this quite tricky option question and needed some help. i am trying to figure out how to draw a payoff graph.
    if anyone, who understands option theory very well, volunteers can i just pm the volunteer.

    thank you
    And this doesn't help you figure that out how?

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    i said very well. wiki is just basic stuff.
    So are payoff graphs!

    What else do you want to know about options? If you elaborate then maybe people can help you!
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    why not just use excel...
 
 
 
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