Definition of 'In-the-Money'
The exact opposite of out-of-the-money. When the strike price of a call option is less than the share price of the underlying stock. In the case of a put, when the strike price of the option is more than the share price of the underlying stock. In both of these cases, the options holder stands to make money.
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