Binomial trees for stock prices (or prices for pretty much any asset: stocks, commodities, real estate, baseball cards, whatever) are pretty simple (i.e., too simple to be realistic): they assume that: Time (into the future) can reasonably be divided into periods of equal length For each (future) time period, there are only two (hence: binomial) […]
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