many times I see in option pricing,for example, buying 0.967 shares of stock ? In reality, can we really buy that amount of stock ? instead of buying 1 shares of stock. :Confused:
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many times I see in option pricing,for example, buying 0.967 shares of stock ? In reality, can we really buy that amount of stock ? instead of buying 1 shares of stock. :Confused:
According to http://www.soa.org/files/pdf/edu-fsa-mod-books.pdf , The Essentials of Risk Management is required for operational risk module.
or it's just changed recently ?
now, I plan to take the operational risk module. I have the required text but don't take the module yet.
my question is I should completely read the book before taking the module or read the book...
Now, my calculation is one year old and I'm not sure when the better is off.
Just curious about this question :wink:
Oh, I'm wrong. I unthinking read the problem.
I don't understand the solution provided. Why doesn't SOA add the case that an express arrive before a local sine it holds the condition asked ?
Could anyone help clarify this to me ? :wacko:
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I don't understand why the latter of APV Premiums is 20E40*Zigma(kE60*1000vqx)
I think it should be 20E40*Zigma(1000vqx*(PMFx)) .
which ,in this case, PMFx = kPx*Qx+k .
so the result is...
Some of the cal3 and your cal4 is my cal 3. For exam P, partial differentiation and multiple integrals (especially double integral) are useful, the others not, I think.
No,we should integrate x^2*fx^2(x')dx
Note that fx^2(x) means PDF of x^2 and x in the bracket just means a real number coming from x'=x^2
Perhaps, we can find PDF of x^2 from MGF.
I don't believe the definition since I think it's more reasonable to use PDF of g(x) for E[g(x)]. This is the same reason that we use PDFx for E[X] , we don't use PDFy for E[X] although Y probably...
I mean why we use E[g(x)]= integral of g(x)*PDFx dx (PDFx= PDF of x = fx(x))
instead of E[g(x)]= integral of g(x)*PDFg(x) dx (PDFg(x)= PDF of g(x)= fg(x)(x))
Note that fg(x)(x) , g(x) is just...
According the topic, I can't find any reason. Could anyone help me verify this ? :wacko:
More Probability Version :
let X be the longer length and (12-X) be the shorter ; 0<=X<=12
What we will find is the probability on the condition the longer > the shorter
(since we've not yet...
Poisson parameter = integration of 2dt from 0 to 60 (minute)
I'm starting to understand the context "average"; they refer to the average of the total range instead of the average per unit :wink:
I've read but I still don't understand the meaning of integrating rate function.
Similarly,for the example in case of s=vt ; if v is not constant, then s= integrate v(t)dt , so it's obvious , s is...
In page4, line 4-5 , why does he conclude when integrating a Poisson process's rate function over an interval, we will get the average number of events in that interval.
However, I think it's...
First,you have to understand what is the meaning of a(3)=(1+0.03(5-2)^2) .
It means that if you have 1$ at t=0 , then you have a(3) at t=3. It doesn't imply anything else about t=2 and t=5.
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I think it's not simple interest since a(t) of simple interest is linear ,not t^2
As for the problem, I will find AV at t=5 by discounting 1,000 at t=2 to t=0 and then accumulating t=0 to t=5...
Ok! Thanks for every suggestion
To sum up,it seems overload for me :tongue: I will concentrate on MLC and hope that I can pass :dull:
PS. my advanced cal is not real analysis which pay...
First, I've found many threads before posting and it seems I will not get required answers since I didn't see anyone who was in a situation like me.
and okay_! I will not underestimate surely.
now...
Hello every honoured guests,
If possible, I want to take MLC and MFE in this Nov.
now I've already finished 70% of MLC material (up to Multiple life)<< and don't do any practice exam yet
and...
I strongly agree ! :laugh:
First of all too, I have to thank you for writing the great manual!
As a user 10th, I think adding time line diagrams for spot&forward rate and time-weighted rate of interest is very useful.
Many...
It's a great motivation!
As for NEAS, I see they claim it has to have ASA ,FSA or CFA,etc. to proctor the final exam but if I don't know one who is ASA,FSA,... and I'm just a student. How can I find the one :Confused: