At the money option price

2019-12-08 03:51

Atthemoney (for puts and calls) is where the stock price and the strike price are the same. Or an option contract with a strike price closest to the current stock price. For example: Stock Price 40. 98 and Strike Price 40.If the strike price of a call option is 5, and the underlying stock is currently trading at 4. 70, that option is out of the money. The buyer of the call isn't going to make any significant money until the price starts rising above 5 (ITM). The higher above 5 the price goes, the more in the money the option is. at the money option price

In our portfolio of 6 options, there are 2 at the money options: The call with the 70 dollar strike price and; The put with the 70 dollar strike price. The intrinsic value of both these options is approximately zero, as you would not get any advantage ( not make any money) by exercising them given the current market price of Caterpillar. In the money options. In the money options have positive intrinsic value.

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At the money (ATM) is a situation where an option's strike price is identical to the price of the underlying security. Both call and put options can be simultaneously ATM.

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Put options with exercise price higher than the price of the underlying asset i. e. options with exercise prices of 57. 5 and 58 are in the money. Put options with exercise price lower than the price of the underlying asset i. e. those with exercise prices of 55 and 56 are out of the money.

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Notice with YHOO at 15. 42 there are NOT any At The Money options because the strike prices are whole numbers going from 12 to 18. Also notice how ETRADE does a nice job of shading the in the money calls and and the in the money puts to make them easy to see.

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