Pricing options on film revenue

In recent years, hedge funds and private equity firms have shown an increasing interest in films as a form of investment.1 It is generally believed that revenues from films are uncorrelated with the investment performance of traditional asset classes, thereby suggesting that films can themselves be considered an asset class. Thus, investors seeking improvements in diversification and possibly new sources of alpha should be interested in direct and indirect investment in films.

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