# Stochastic calculus

• Oct 15th 2010, 07:00 PM
financial
Stochastic calculus
Pretty challenging...

$Q(\lambda)=E_{Q}\{1_{\lambda}\}=E_{P}\{Z1_{\lambda }\}\mbox{ with }0 < Z < \inf$

Suppose that under such a new probability $Q$, the process $B_{t}+\int_{0}^{t}\alpha_{s}ds$ is a Brownian motion; what should $\alpha$ be in order for $Q$ to be a risk neutral measure