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At-the-Money Option
June 07 , 2012

We assume you understand options and are conversant with the strike price of the option. If the strike price is same or very close to the current price of the product (which is called the underlying), this option is said to be at-the-money. This reference point is used because, if the price of the product does not change much in the interim, the option is just about break-even.

For instance, say the prevailing price of an Infosys share is Rs.2000. If I take an option to buy Infosys share at Rs.2000 three months from today, it is an at-the-money option (in this case call option).

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