An exotic option, the value of which depends on the ‘path’ the price of the underlying asset takes over the term of the option. e.g. lookback options and barrier options are examples of path dependent options. Often they are priced using Monte-Carlo techniques. See Lookback Option; Barrier Option; Monte Carlo
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