Definition for : Black - Scholes Model

Black - Scholes model, one of the most widely used approaches to valuing options, prices the European-style options. It is based on the construction of a portfolio composed of the Underlying asset and a certain number of options such that the portfolio is insensitive to fluctuations in the price of the Underlying asset.
(See Chapter 24 Hybrid securities of the Vernimmen)
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