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Risk neutral valuation
An argument that underpins most derivatives pricing, including the Black-Scholes model. The differential equation describing the price of a Derivative does not involve parameters that depend on Risk preferences. Derivatives prices in a market where all investors are Risk neutral must therefore be the same as prices in the real world and this corollary considerably simplifies model construction.
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