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*Business Analyst Finance domain

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What are options in finance

 

How an option is dealt with?

 To understand it clearly, let us assume that there is a company “Sanra” and its stock price is $67 with a premium rate of $3.15 on 1st May for a July 70 call, so the expiration date would fall on to 3rd Friday of July with a strike value of $70. The overall value of the agreement would come to be $3.15 x 100 = $315. This is because stock option agreement or contract is to buy the shares 100 in numbers. But, the strike price to be of any value for the call option, the price of stock must become more than $70. Besides, as the contract represent the value of each share at $70; the break-even value would come to be $73.15. Now, if the stock price comes to any price lower than the mark of $70 that is the strike price, the option would be of no value or in other words you are in loss.

 Now, if three weeks afterwards the stock price comes to be $78, then the option contract will also increase and would be worth of $8.25 x 100 = $825. You can calculate your profit as: ($8.25 - $3.15) x 100 = $510. So, you can see the money almost doubled in a span of three weeks. Now, you can also exercise your right to close your option by selling it off in the market and can collect your profit along with your principal. But if you realize that the prices would still rise, then you can wait for a few more days. But, if at the time of expiration the price comes to be $62, then the option contract would be worthless. To see all of the events in a summary, look at the table below:

 

DATE

May 1st

May 21st

Expiry date

Stock Price

$67

$78

$62

Option Price

$3.15

$8.25

Worthless

Contract Value

$315

$825

$0

Paper Gain/ Loss

$0

$510

-$315

 

 

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