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At the Money

An option with a strike price equal to the market price of the asset.

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An 'at the money' option is a financial derivative with a strike price that is exactly equal to the current market price of the underlying asset. It has no intrinsic value because it is not advantageous to exercise the option as opposed to trading in the market. However, it may still have time value, representing potential value based on time remaining until expiration, expected volatility, and other market conditions.
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