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Consider a geometric Brownian motion X t (ω) with drift. Suppose that there is an independent source that sends signals at random times τ 1 < τ 2 < ⋯. Upon receiving each signal, a decision has to be made as to whether to stop or to continue. Stopping at time τ will bring a reward S τ , where S t = max(max0≤u≤t X u , s) for some constant s ≥ X 0. The objective is to choose an optimal stopping time to maximize the discounted expected reward E[e−r τ i S τ i | X 0 = x, S 0 = s], where r is adoi:10.1239/jap/1127322030 fatcat:mivacgg2pnc2vorot7hso2lmeu