[R-SIG-Finance] SPD and RND estimation
evgeny.panov at citi.com
Mon Jul 16 14:58:55 CEST 2007
As a cooking recipe, will probably benefit a lot from first converting the prices into Black-Scholes implied volatilities and then smoothing the implied volatilities, after which you can go back into price space (don't worry about unknown dividend yield - you can back it out from put-call parity).
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Subject: [R-SIG-Finance] SPD and RND estimation
I am trying to do an estimation of State Price Density (SPD) and Risk
Neutral Density (RND) from a set of option prices - preferably in a
Is there some package in R that can help? fOptions does not seem to be have
Alternatively, would you know a standard method or a very good research
paper/article/reference on this topic? The utility being that a good
paper/article can be changed to R code easily.
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