## Quant

sunilshetty12345
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### Quant

1. How to price a future when convenience yield and storage cost are not continuous but discrete?

2. If Nifty has IV of 16%, how of movement is expected in Nifty on daily basis?

edupristine
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### Re: Quant

Hi Sunil

1. How to price a future when convenience yield and storage cost are not continuous but discrete?

When the cost are following a discrete function, we should use this formula to calculate future price F = S[1 + (r-c)T].

2. If Nifty has IV of 16%, how of movement is expected in Nifty on daily basis?

To convert annual Implied volatility to daily volatility you simply have to divide the annual volatility by the square root of time, hence this can be calculate by 16%/SQRT(Time).

sunilshetty12345
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### Re: Quant

Thanks

sunilshetty12345
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### Re: Quant

What is the reason for using SQRT of Time

mayankverma
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Hie Sir,
Mayank here.. I've some doubts regarding FRM exam... m going to take november 2017 slot for FRM-1... should i give both part together or separately..????