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Rational pricing
Rational pricing Rational pricing is the assumption in financial economics that asset prices (and hence asset pricing models) will reflect the arbitrage-free ...
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Talk:Rational pricing
Talk:Rational pricing Great article. I see you have been ... loads of great work in the option pricing area the last few days Fintor. Thanks ...
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Psychological pricing
Psychological pricing Retail prices are often expressed as odd ... g. $19.99 or 6.95. Psychological pricing is a theory in marketing that these ... would be expected if consumers were perfectly rational. Psychological pricing is one cause of price points. The psychological pricing theory is based on one or ...
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Category:Pricing
Category:Pricing See the pricing article for an overview of this topic ... category. T Toll roads Pages in category "Pricing" There are 61 pages in this section of this category. A Affine pricing Average Selling Price B Barter Base point pricing Bid rigging Break even analysis C ...
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Predatory pricing
Predatory pricing Predatory pricing is the practice of a dominant firm ... many countries, including the United States, predatory pricing is considered an anti-competitive practice and ... drop in prices is due to predatory pricing rather than normal competition, and predatory pricing claims are now quite difficult to ...
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Rational choice theory
Rational choice theory For Rational Choice Theory in criminology, see Rational choice theory (criminology) Rational choice theory is a way of looking ... behavior of non-human but nonetheless potentially rational entities, such as corporations or nation- ...
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Capital asset pricing model
Capital asset pricing model The Security Market Line, seen here ... expected rate of return. The capital asset pricing model (CAPM) is used in finance to ... full derivation see Modern portfolio theory. Asset pricing Once the expected return, E(r_i ... taking on diversifiable risk, (it is not rational to expose one's wealth to more ... portfolio. Assumptions of CAPM All investors have rational expectations. All investors are risk averse. ...
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Arbitrage pricing theory
Arbitrage pricing theory Arbitrage pricing theory (APT) holds that the expected return ... thereby making a risk free profit; see Rational pricing. Arbitrage in expectations The APT describes the ... the difference. Relationship with the Capital asset pricing model The APT along with the ...
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Rational Unified Process
Rational Unified Process Software Development Process This article ... Disciplines Configuration Management | Documentation | Project Management The Rational Unified Process (RUP) is an iterative software development process created by the Rational Software Corporation, now a division of IBM ... software development teams working on large projects. Rational Software offers a product (known below as the Rational Unified Process Product) that provides tools ...
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Binomial options pricing model
Binomial options pricing model For other topics using the name ... binomial (disambiguation). In finance, the binomial options pricing model provides a generalisable numerical method for ... in the options markets. Methodology The binomial pricing model uses a "discrete-time framework" to ... that the alternative valuation approach, arbitrage-free pricing ("delta-hedging"), yields identical results; see Rational pricing. Relationship with Black-Scholes Similar ...
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