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@FUNCTION=OPT_BS_DELTA
@SYNTAX=OPT_BS_DELTA(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility[,cost_of_carry])
@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS_DELTA uses the Black-Scholes model to calculate the 'delta' of a European option with call_put_flag, @call_put_flag, 'c' or 'p' struck at @strike on an asset with spot price @spot.
Where @time is the time to maturity of the option expressed in years.
@rate is the risk-free interest rate.
@volatility is the annualized volatility, in percent, of the asset for the period through to the exercise date.
@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.
* The returned value will be expressed in the same units as @strike and @spot.

@EXAMPLES=

@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_VEGA, OPT_BS_GAMMA
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@FUNCTION=OPT_BS_THETA
@SYNTAX=OPT_BS_THETA(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility[,cost_of_carry])
@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS_THETA uses the Black-Scholes model to calculate the 'theta' of a European option with call_put_flag, @call_put_flag struck at @strike on an asset with spot price @spot.

(The theta of an option is the rate of change of its price with respect to time to expiry.)

@time is the time to maturity of the option expressed in years
and @rate is the risk-free interest rate to the exercise date, in percent.
@volatility is the annualized volatility, in percent, of the asset for the period through to the exercise date.
@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.
* The returned value will be expressed as minus the rate of change of option value, per 365.25 days.

@EXAMPLES=

@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_VEGA, OPT_BS_GAMMA
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@FUNCTION=OPT_BS_RHO
@SYNTAX=OPT_BS_RHO(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility[,cost_of_carry])
@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS_RHO uses the Black-Scholes model to calculate the 'rho' of a European option with call_put_flag, @call_put_flag struck at @strike on an asset with spot price @spot.
@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.

(The rho of an option is the rate of change of its price with respect to the risk free interest rate.)
@time is the time to maturity of the option expressed in years.
@rate is the risk-free interest rate to the exercise date, in percent.
@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.
* The returned value will be expressed as the rate of change of option value, per 100% change in @rate.

@EXAMPLES=

@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_VEGA, OPT_BS_GAMMA
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@FUNCTION=OPT_BS_CARRYCOST
@SYNTAX=OPT_BS_CARRYCOST(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility[,cost_of_carry])
@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BS_CARRYCOST uses the Black-Scholes model to calculate the 'elasticity' of a European option struck at @strike on an asset with spot price @spot.
@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.

(The elasticity of an option is the rate of change of its price with respect to its cost of carry.)

@volatility is the annualized volatility, in percent, of the asset for the period through to the exercise date. @time is the time to maturity of the option expressed in years.
@rate is the risk-free interest rate to the exercise date, in percent.
@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.

* The returned value will be expressed as the rate of change of option value, per 100% volatility.

@EXAMPLES=

@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA
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@FUNCTION=OPT_GARMAN_KOHLHAGEN
@SYNTAX=OPT_GARMAN_KOHLHAGEN(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,domestic_rate,foreign_rate,volatility[,cost_of_carry])
@DESCRIPTION=OPT_GARMAN_KOHLHAGEN values the theoretical price of a European currency option struck at @strike on an asset with spot price @spot.
@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.
@volatility is the annualized volatility, in percent, of the asset for the period through to the exercise date.
@time the number of days to exercise.
@domestic_rate is the domestic risk-free interest rate to the exercise date.
@foreign_rate is the foreign risk-free interest rate to the exercise date, in percent.
@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.
* The returned value will be expressed as the rate of change of option value, per 100% volatility.

@EXAMPLES=

@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA
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@FUNCTION=OPT_FRENCH
@SYNTAX=OPT_FRENCH(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,t2,rate,volatility[,cost_of_carry])
@DESCRIPTION=OPT_FRENCH values the theoretical price of a European option adjusted for trading day volatility, struck at @strike on an asset with spot price @spot.
@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.
@volatility is the annualized volatility, in percent, of the asset for the period through to the exercise date.
@time the number of calendar days to exercise divided by calendar days in the year.
@t2 is the number of trading days to exercise divided by trading days in the year.
@rate is the risk-free interest rate.
@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, to the exercise date, in percent.
For common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.

@EXAMPLES=

@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA
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@FUNCTION=OPT_JUMP_DIFF
@SYNTAX=OPT_JUMP_DIFF(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,volatility,lambda,gamma)
@DESCRIPTION=OPT_JUMP_DIFF models the theoretical price of an option according to the Jump Diffusion process (Merton).
@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.
@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.
@strike is the strike price of the option.
@time is the time to maturity of the option expressed in years.
@rate is the annualized rate of interest.
@volatility is the annualized volatility of the underlying asset.
@lambda is expected number of 'jumps' per year.
@gamma is proportion of volatility explained by the 'jumps.'

@EXAMPLES=

@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA
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@FUNCTION=OPT_MILTERSEN_SCHWARTZ
@SYNTAX=OPT_MILTERSEN_SCHWARTZ(call_put_flag,p_t,f_t,x,t1,t2,v_s,v_e,v_f,rho_se,rho_sf,rho_ef,kappa_e,kappa_f)
@DESCRIPTION=OPT_MILTERSEN_SCHWARTZ models the theoretical price of options on commodities futures according to Miltersen & Schwartz.
@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.
@p_t is a zero coupon bond with expiry at option maturity.
@f_t is the futures price.
@x is the strike price.
@t1 is the time to maturity of the option.
@t2 is the time to maturity of the underlying commodity futures contract.
@v_s is the volatility of the spot commodity price.
@v_e is the volatility of the future convenience yield.
@v_f is the volatility of the forward rate of interest.
@rho_se is correlation between the spot commodity price and the convenience yield.
@rho_sf is correlation between the spot commodity price and the forward interest rate.
@rho_ef is correlation between the forward interest rate and the convenience yield.
@kappa_e is the speed of mean reversion of the convenience yield.
@kappa_f is the speed of mean reversion of the forward interest rate.

@EXAMPLES=

@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA
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@FUNCTION=OPT_RGW
@SYNTAX=OPT_RGW(call_put_flag,spot,strike,t1,t2,rate,d,volatility)
@DESCRIPTION=OPT_RGW models the theoretical price of an american option according to the Roll-Geske-Whaley approximation where:
@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.
@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.
@strike is the strike price at which the option is struck.
@t1 is the time to the dividend payout.
@t2 is the time to option expiration.
@rate is the annualized rate of interest.
@d is the amount of the dividend to be paid.
@volatility is the annualized rate of volatility of the underlying asset.

@EXAMPLES=

@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA
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Located in ../plugins/derivatives/options.c:1048
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@FUNCTION=OPT_BAW_AMER
@SYNTAX=OPT_BAW_AMER(call_put_flag,spot,strike,time,rate,cost_of_carry,volatility)
@DESCRIPTION=OPT_BAW_AMER models the theoretical price of an option according to the Barone Adesie & Whaley approximation.
@call_put_flag is 'c' or 'p' to indicate whether the option is a call or a put.
@spot is the spot price of the underlying asset.
@strike is the strike price at which the option is struck.
@time is the number of days to maturity of the option.
@rate is the annualized risk-free rate of interest.
@cost_of_carry is the leakage in value of the underlying asset, for common stocks, this would be the dividend yield.
@volatility is the annualized volatility in price of the underlying asset.

@EXAMPLES=

@SEEALSO=OPT_BS, OPT_BS_DELTA, OPT_BS_RHO, OPT_BS_THETA, OPT_BS_GAMMA
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