## Thursday, February 18, 2010

### Option Pricing Black-Scholes script for MATLAB and FreeMAT

```function [C, P]= option_bs(S,X,r,sigma,days)
%
%  This function to calculate Call and Put price per Black-Scholes formula.
%  This function can be run both at FreeMAT and MATLAB,
%  This function should be same as MATLAB's financial toolbox function
%  blsprice.
%
% C: call price
% P: put price
% S: stock price at time 0
% X:  strike price
% r: risk-free interest rate
% sigma: volatility of the stock price measured as annual standard deviation
% days: numbers of days remaining in the option contract, this will be converted into unit of years.
% Black-Scholes formula:
%  C = S N(d1) - Xe-rt N(d2)
%  P = Xe-rt N(-d2) - S N(-d1)
%

T=days/365;

% for call
d1 = (log(S/X) + (r + 0.5*sigma^2)*T)/(sigma*sqrt(T));
d2 = d1 - sigma*sqrt(T);
N1 = 0.5*(1+erf(d1/sqrt(2)));
N2 = 0.5*(1+erf(d2/sqrt(2)));

C = S*N1-X*exp(-r*T)*N2;

% for put

N1 = 0.5*(1+erf(-d1/sqrt(2)));
N2 = 0.5*(1+erf(-d2/sqrt(2)));

P = X*exp(-r*T)*N2 - S*N1;
end
```

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