Black Scholes vs implied volatility tree

Discussion in 'Options' started by rselitetrader, Apr 5, 2007.

  1. sle


    It's less of a liquidity premium and more of people being more conservative on things that not as transparent. Liquidity in the exotics market is a bit of a web of deception - you might see something in the brokers market but then the bid/offer will dissapear or they would do it in micro size. So you rarely count on being able to get rid of this specific product but rather try to be conservative in your assumptions - correlation, jumps, etc.
    #11     Apr 8, 2007