Encyclopedia of Investment Terminology

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An in-the-money option is a type of option where the strike price of an investment is lower than that investment’s spot price. The agreed price is less than its current price. This means that the intrinsic value, or its difference between strike and spot prices, will be positive. This option is the opposite of an out-of-the-money option.

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