John Messner clung with mittened hand to the bucking gee-pole and held the sled in the trail. With the other mittened hand he rubbed his cheeks and nose. He rubbed his cheeks and nose every little while. In point of fact, he rarely ceased from rubbing them, and sometimes, as their numbness increased, he rubbed fiercely. His forehead was covered by the visor of his fur cap, the flaps of which went over his ears. The rest of his face was protected by a thick beard, golden-brown under its coating of frost.
Aimed at practitioners with no prior expertise in the subject, this book helps readers build basic real options models to aid in decision-making. Providing a pragmatic and informative approach, the authors introduce basic probability theories, before putting these theories into a real-world context.
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