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out-of-the-money optionnoun [C]

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STOCK MARKET an ​option (= ​right to ​buy or ​sellshares, etc.) which has no ​value because the ​shares, etc. can be only be ​bought for above their ​presentprice, or ​sold for less than their ​presentprice: The best ​time to ​buy an out-of-the-money ​option is when you expect ​marketvolatility to ​increase.
(Definition of out-of-the-money option from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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