In which of the following situation will a call option will be called “out the money”?
In an option contract, an option will be exercised only when the option holder is in a favorable position with respect to the strike price as per the options contract vis-à-vis the market price of the underlying asset. As such, the option holder calculates his potential profit or loss to him if he exercises the option. This potential profit or loss is referred to as the money-ness of the option. There can be three scenarios:
Money-ness Call Option (i.e. option to Buy) Put Option (i.e. option to Sell) In the Money (i.e. profit and hence option will be exercised) Market Price (or spot price)> Strike Price Market Price (or spot price) < Strike Price At the Money (indifferent) Market price (or Spot Price) = Strike Price Out of the Money (i.e. loss and hence option will not be exercised) Market Price (or spot price) < Strike Price Market Price (or spot price) > Strike Price
Which one of the following is a correct equation?
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___________ is a capital budgeting technique which does not require the computation of the cost of capital for decision making purposes.
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What is the time limit for filing revised return at present?
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Process of verifying the documentary evidences of transactions are known as___________
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ICDS IV primarily deals with which aspect of financial reporting.
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