Financial Modeling With Jump Processes

What is Financial Modeling Using Jump Processes?

Financial modeling using jump processes is incorporating the use of stochastic models to explain price movements for financial securities (i.e., the Black and Scholes option pricing model). The “jump” process refers to random price jumps, rather than continuous movements. This type of modeling involves heavy quantitative finance, which differs from the traditional type of cash flow modeling performed in corporate finance.


Financial Modeling with Jump Processes

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