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Does the Difference of Implied Volatility over Historical Volatility Affect ELW Returns? A Korean Evidence
Jangkoo Kang, Jongho Kang, Soonhee Lee
Korean J Financ Stud. 2015;44(4):615-636.   Published online September 30, 2015

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