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I have limited knowledge of financial econ, so excuse me if I miss the ball completely. The no-arbitrage condition implies that the value of an asset should be a weighted sum of the payoffs of the asset over the various states of the world. Here you have two states, the good one and the bad one. If $F_0$ is the price of the asset, $F_0 u$ the payoff in the ...


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