Jawwad Farid The Startup Check List: Building a business step by step – three case studies Last week a student suggested that while enough has been said about the entrepreneurial mindset and idea selection phase not enough coverage exists on what happens next. Assuming you
Building financial models for startups Considering embarking on the road to entrepreneurship? Clueless about financial modeling? Let’s take a quick look at financial modeling for startups. We highlight key terms and concepts some of which we will visit later in future posts. We begin by
Simulating the difference between N(d1) and N(d2) in Excel. Before you begin there are two Black Scholes background posts that you will find useful in deciphering the logic behind N(d1) and N(d2). The first deals with understanding the difference between the two Black Scholes probabilities.
Ladder options are options where the strike is reset whenever the price of the underlying asset reaches certain trigger levels or rungs during the tenor of the option. When the next strike or rung of the ladder option is triggered the profit between the old