Out-of-the-Money

Out-of-the-Money

Definition

A term that refers to a stock option with an exercise price that is higher than the current market price of the stock. Such an option is said to be out-of-the-money because the option holder could purchase the option shares on the market at a lower price than if the option holder were to exercise the option.

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