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# American Monte Carlo

### Kienitz Wetterau FinModelling (view profile)

Algorithms for pricing American Style derivatives with Monte Carlo Simulation

UpperBound2.m
```% This is material illustrating the methods from the book
% Financial Modelling  - Theory, Implementation and Practice with Matlab
% source
% Wiley Finance Series
% ISBN 978-0-470-74489-5
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% Date: 02.05.2012
%
% Authors:  Joerg Kienitz
%           Daniel Wetterau
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% kienitzwetterau_FinModelling@gmx.de
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% (C) Joerg Kienitz, Daniel Wetterau
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% it is covered by the BSD license
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% This code is being provided solely for information and general
% illustrative purposes. The authors will not be responsible for the
% consequences of reliance upon using the code or for numbers produced
% from using the code.

function [lower, upper] = ...
UpperBound2(S, g, df, B, Nb, Nr, NSim, NSSim, getpaths, payoff)
% method from Glasserman see Chapter 8

v = g(:, end);              % option value at maturity
beta = zeros(Nb, Nr-1);     % Regressionskoeffizienten
c = zeros(NSim,Nr-1);       % continuation value

iVec = 1:NSSim;

for i=Nr-1:-1:1
index = find(g(:,i)>0);

s = S(index,i+1);
v = v * df(i+1);

Acell = B(s);
A = cell2mat(Acell{:,:});

beta(:,i) = inv(A'*A)*A'*v(index);
c(index,i) = A*beta(:,i);           % continuation value itm paths

earlyexercise = g(index,i) >= c(index,i); %vorzeitig ausben
v(index(earlyexercise)) = g(index(earlyexercise),i);
end
lower = mean(v * df(1)); % lower bound using LongStaff Schwarz

% Computing the martingale numerically, martingale = pi

L = zeros(NSim,1); %erster Teil von delta_i vgl. Formel (6.6)
expectation = zeros(NSim,Nr); %zweiter Teil von delta_i vgl. Formel (6.6)
expectation(:,1) = lower * ones(NSim,1);

for i=1:1:Nr-1
for j=1:1:NSim
expectation(j,i+1) = subsimulation(S(j,i+1), df, B, NSSim, Nr-i,...
beta(:,i:end), iVec(1:NSSim), getpaths, payoff) * prod(df(1:i));
end
end

pi = zeros(NSim,Nr+1); % stores the values of the constructed martingale

for i=1:1:Nr-1
% exercise in this case if not already exercised
i_exercise = g(:,i) >= c(:,i) & c(:,i) > 0;
i_nexercise = ~i_exercise;
L(i_exercise) = g(i_exercise, i) * prod(df(1:i));
L(i_nexercise) = expectation(i_nexercise,i+1);

pi(:,i+1) = pi(:,i) + L - expectation(:,i);
end
pi(:,Nr+1) = pi(:,Nr) + g(:,Nr)* prod(df(1:Nr)) - expectation(:,Nr);

% upper bound using the martingale pi

maximum = zeros(NSim,1);

for j=1:1:NSim
maximum(j) = max(g(j,:) - pi(j,2:end)); % compute max
end
upper = mean(maximum);

end

function y = subsimulation(S0, df, B, NSim, Nr, beta, iVec, gp,payoff)

S2 = gp(S0,NSim,Nr); S2 = S2(:,2:end);   % paths
g2 = payoff(S2);                         % payoff

exercise = Nr * ones(NSim,1);            % exercise per path
for i=1:1:Nr-1
i_nexercised = exercise == Nr;
I_nexercise = iVec(i_nexercised);

s = S2(i_nexercised,i);
Acell = B(s);
A = cell2mat(Acell{:,:});
c = A * beta(:,i);

i_exercise = g2(i_nexercised,i) >= c & g2(i_nexercised,i) > 0;
exercise(I_nexercise(i_exercise)) = i;
end
summe=0;
for j=1:1:NSim
summe = summe + g2(j,exercise(j)) * prod(df(1:exercise(j)));
end
y = summe / NSim;                         % MC value from subsimulation
end```