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3 The Binomial and the Trinomial Model X1 (x) = −V y(x) dQ dP 1 α−1 = −V (U (x)) cU = dQ dP xc−1 V 47 1 α−1 dQ dP , 1 α−1 , 1 where we have used −V = (U )−1 and V (y) = −y α−1 . Hence ⎧ 1 1 ⎪ ⎨ xc−1 −2d α−1 = xc−1 (2q) α−1 , for ω = g, V V u−d X1 (x) = 1 1 α−1 ⎪ ⎩ xc−1 2u α−1 , for ω = b.

Denotes the inner product in Rd . This will finish the construction of the optional decomposition: define the predictable process H as t (Ht )Tt=1 and the adapted increasing process C by Ct = u=1 ∆Cu . This proves the implication (i) ⇒ (ii). The implications (ii) ⇒ (i’) ⇒ (i) are trivial. 3 Utility Maximisation on Finite Probability Spaces In addition to the model S of a financial market, we now consider a function U (x), modelling the utility of an agent’s wealth x at the terminal time T . , U (∞) := lim U (x) = 0.

We now have formalised the concept of an arbitrage possibility: it means the existence of a trading strategy H such that — starting from an initial investment zero — the resulting contingent claim f = (H · S)T is non-negative and not identically equal to zero. Such an opportunity is of course the dream of every arbitrageur. If a financial market does not allow for arbitrage opportunities, we say it satisfies the no-arbitrage condition (NA). 4. Assume S satisfies (NA) then C ∩ (−C) = K. Proof. Let g ∈ C ∩ (−C) then g = f1 − h1 with f1 ∈ K, h1 ∈ L∞ + and ∞ .

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