Intrinsic value

The amount by which an Option is in the money. In the case of a call Option, the intrinsic value is the current price for the underlying asset, less the strike price. For a put Option, the intrinsic value is the strike price less the price for the underlying asset. If the difference between the prices is not positive in either case, then the intrinsic value is zero.

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