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Out-of-the-Money

June 8, 2018 -

Term referring to an option that has no intrinsic value. Call options are out-of-the-money if the spot price is less than the strike price; put options are out-of-the-money if the spot price is greater than the strike price. See also At-the-Money In-the-Money Intrinsic Value Near-the-Money Time Value

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Order Type

June 8, 2018 -

Classification of an order, defining the precise instructions for execution. See also Day Order Good Until Canceled (GTC) Order Limit Order Market Order One Cancels Other (OCO) Order Stop-Limit Order Stop Order

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Order

June 8, 2018 -

Instruction to buy or sell the spot market or an option. See also Order Type

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Or-Better Order

June 8, 2018 -

See Limit Order

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Option

June 8, 2018 -

A financial instrument that allows the owner the right to buy or sell a quantity of a spot market at a specific price within specific time. See also Call (Option) Put (Option)

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One Cancels Other (OCO) Order

June 8, 2018 -

An order composed of a stop order and a limit order linked together. In the event one order is executed, the other is cancelled. See also Order Type

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On-the-Money

June 8, 2018 -

See At-the-Money

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Offset

June 8, 2018 -

A trade that liquidates a current position.

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Offer

June 8, 2018 -

See Ask

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