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Option Decay

Novice options traders are usually disappointed if they try to profit from Theta decay over the weekend. If the underlying doesn’t move, options prices typically open on Monday unchanged from the Friday close. Commentators explain this phenomena noting that market makers, not wanting to be stuck with Theta losses over the weekend, discount prices, overriding their models before the weekend to move their inventory—just like a fruit vendor would.

I think the market makers are right for the wrong reason. Their computer models are (or at least were) based on calendar day assumptions—which assume option decay during the weekend. By overriding their models they are pricing according to what really happens—no decay when the market is closed.

Annualizing factors

For longer term expectations of volatility it doesn’t matter much which approach you use. For options expiring a month from now the differences in implied volatility are only a few percent between the 365 vs 252-day models. However, for shorter expirations the differences can be dramatic.

The chart below compares per minute values between the two annualizing approaches and shows the percentage difference. The calendar based approach is the black line and the green line is the market time. Notice how the difference peaks at Monday open and drops to near agreement at Friday close.

This “ weekend ” effect is sometimes visible in the CBOE’s VIX index and is pretty dramatic with their shorter term VXST SM index—not surprising since this index is based on SP 500 (SPX) option prices with at most 9 days until expiration.

There are good reasons to use a calendar day approach to annualization. It isn’t sensitive to holidays, unexpected market stoppages, or differences in trading calendars between countries. I expect that’s why it became a de facto standard in the implied volatility world. But the rise of shorter term volatility products like weekly options has shifted the volatility landscape enough that I think we need to at least know what is technically correct.

An analytic approach to a solution

Normally we take a shorter term (e.g., daily) volatility and multiply it by the appropriate annualizing factor to get the annualized volatility. Since the annualizing factor is the thing in question I decided to take the historical annual volatility for the last 64 years of the SP 500 and divide it by the daily volatility to solve for the actual historical annualizing factor.

First I validated this approach with a Monte Carlo simulation 1 that computed the theoretical annualizing factor for a simulated 64 year market period—and then repeated that exercise 10000 times to get the statistics of the calculation. I then applied the same calculation to the SP 500’s returns 2 over the last 64 years. The result:

Dado que el bebé en formación sólo puede mantenerse vivo fuera del útero a partir de la semana 20 de gestación, aproximadamente, hablamos de aborto espontáneo en los casos en que éste muere y es expulsado antes de este momento. En cambio, si se produjera un “aborto natural” después del quinto mes lo que tendría lugar sería un nacimiento prematuro o en todo caso una muerte fetal.

El aborto espontáneo se puede dividir en tres tipos principales en función de si el cuerpo de la madre elimina todos los productos de la gestación o de si lo hace de forma parcial. En este sentido distinguimos entre el aborto espontáneo retenido (que son aquellos en que no se expulsa nada), el incompleto (se elimina sólo una parte) y el completo.

Asimismo, hablamos de aborto espontáneo temprano si éste se produce antes de la doceava semana de gestación y de aborto espontáneo tardío cuando tiene lugar entre las semanas 12 y 20.

¿Cuáles son los tipos de aborto inducido?

Es frecuente oír hablar del aborto inducido como “interrupción voluntaria del embarazo” , que se abrevia en las siglas IVE. Como hemos dicho previamente, este tipo de aborto está regulado de formas muy diferentes en función del país al que nos refiramos -lo cual se asocia a las múltiples concepciones, éticas o de otra clase, que existen en torno a este procedimiento.

Podemos clasificar el aborto inducido en tres tipos según el procedimiento específico que se emplee para provocar la terminación del embarazo. En este sentido hay que diferenciar entre el aborto quirúrgico y el médico (o con medicamentos) .

Entre los métodos quirúrgicos que se emplean para provocar abortos inducidos encontramos la aspiración manual con una jeringa o el legrado, una técnica que consiste en dilatar el útero y raspar sus paredes para eliminar parte del revestimiento y con él al embrión.

Calendario de fertilidad: ¿cuáles son los días más fértiles?

En cuanto al aborto médico, que es todo procedimiento inducido que se base en el uso de medicamentos, combinar pastillas de mifepristona y de misoprostol es el protocolo de referencia en la actualidad. Un dato curioso es que, a pesar de su seguridad, el aborto con medicamentos es muy poco habitual en algunos países, como en España, donde apenas supone un 4% del total de abortos inducidos.

Definición del aborto terapéutico o indirecto

El aborto terapéutico, que también es llamado indirecto, puede ser considerado un tipo de aborto inducido; en concreto, usamos este concepto en los casos en que se provoca un aborto inducido por motivos exclusivamente médicos . De esto se deduce que los dos términos no son sinónimos sino que “aborto inducido” subsume a “aborto terapéutico”.

Por lo general se practican abortos terapéuticos con el objetivo de prevenir un deterioro en el estado de salud de la mujer embarazada o incluso su fallecimiento. En muchos países los riesgos médicos graves para la madre son uno de los pocos supuestos que la ley recoge como justificaciones para el aborto inducido.

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What I read is dual hoses is more efficient but cost you more on your electric bill. That’s confusing to me as well. If I buy a more gas efficient car. I get better gas mileage saving money. So if you buy a more efficient dual hose AC unit; how do I pay more on my electric bill?

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James says

Dual is more efficient but more expensive to buy, single hose is cheaper to buy but doesn’t really work.

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richard says

what doest make sence to me is your are explaining it like the air is being cooled down but in fact the air is not cooled down the way ac works is it sucks heat out of the room leaving the cool air in am i mistaking in this idea

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Kellie says

Why does the dual hose A/C more use electricity if it is more efficient? That doesn’t make sense. The article says the dual hose unit operates more quickly and also uses more electricity. So, how is it being more efficient if it is using more electricity? Logically, both units perform the same ultimate function, regardless of which one is quicker. Therefore, it follows that the unit using MORE electricity is actually LESS efficient, right?

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himukala says

How does a split AC system works? As I understand there is no exchange between inside and outside air.

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Hedley Finger says

The internal unit draws in room air through a finned coil which transfers heat from the air to the refrigerant flowing through the coil’s pipe. Heated refrigerant is pumped outside where it flows through another finned coil in the outside unit. Outside air is blown through the fins of the outside coil so that heat is transferred from the refrigerant to the outside air.

So no air is exchanged between outside and inside, but refrigerant flows around a closed circuit which has one loop inside and another loop outside. So only the heat is transferred from inside to outside. Think of a refrigerator where the compressor transfers heat from inside the cabinet to the outside the cabinet.

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