The stochastic-alpha-beta-rho (SABR) model introduced by Hagan et al. () is Keywords: SABR model; Approximate solution; Arbitrage-free option pricing . We obtain arbitrage‐free option prices by numerically solving this PDE. The implied volatilities obtained from the numerical solutions closely. In January a new approach to the SABR model was published in Wilmott magazine, by Hagan et al., the original authors of the well-known.
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This will guarantee equality in probability at the collocation points while the generated density is arbitrage-free. Instead you use the collocation method to replace it with its projection onto a series of normal distributions.
How is volatility at the strikes in the arbitrage-free distribution “depending on” its parameters?
In mathematical financethe SABR model is a stochastic volatility model, which attempts to capture the volatility smile in derivatives markets. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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Under typical market conditions, this parameter is small and the approximate solution is actually quite accurate. Then the implied volatility, which is the value of the lognormal volatility parameter in Black’s model that forces it to match the SABR price, sabt approximately given by:.
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Another possibility is to rely on a fast and robust PDE solver on an equivalent expansion of the forward PDE, that preserves numerically the zero-th and arbitragw-free moment, thus guaranteeing the absence of arbitrage. The first paper provides background about the method sabbr general, where sabt second one is a nice short overview more applied to the specific situation I’m interested in.
We have also set. As outlined for low strikes and logner maturities the implied density function can go negative.
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Q “How should I integrate” the above density? In the case of swaption we see low rates and have long maturities, so I would like to remove this butterfly arbitrage using the technique described in the papers above.
This however complicates the calibration procedure. An advanced calibration method of the time-dependent SABR model is based on so-called “effective parameters”. Here they suggest to recalibrate to market data using: Then you step back and think the SABR distribution needs improvement because it is not arbitrage free. Mats Lind 4 This arbitrage-free distribution gives analytic option prices paper 2, section 3.
It is subsumed that these prices then via Black gives implied volatilities.
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How should I integrate this? One possibility to “fix” the formula is use the stochastic dabr method and to project the corresponding implied, ill-posed, model on a polynomial of an arbitrage-free variables, e. Journal of Futures Markets forthcoming. It is worth noting that the normal SABR implied volatility is generally somewhat more accurate than the lognormal implied volatility.
However, arbtrage-free simulation of the forward asset process is not a trivial task. I’m reading the following two papers firstsecond which suggest a so called “stochastic collocation method” to obtain an arbitrage free volatility surface very close to an initial smile stemming from a sabr.