Simple arbitrage, Financial Management

Simple Arbitrage

The easiest arbitrage opportunities in the option market exist when options violate simple pricing bounds. No option, for example, should sell for less than its exercise value.

With a call option: Value of call > Value of Underlying Asset - Strike Price

With a put option: Value of put > Strike Price - Worth of Underlying Asset

 

 

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