Hedging problems for Asian options with transactions costs
Serguei Pergamenchtchikov and
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In this paper, we consider the problem of hedging Asian options in financial markets with transaction costs. For this, we use the asymptotic hedging approach. The main task of asymptotic hedging in financial markets with transaction costs is to prove the probability convergence of the terminal value of the investment portfolio to the payment function when the number of portfolio revisions tends to be $n$ to infinity. In practice, this means that the investor, using such a strategy, is able to compensation payments for all financial transactions, even if their number increases unlimitedly.
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