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A new study by Columbia Business School examines the behavior of CEOs when a looming proxy contest threatens their leadership, and finds that CEOs will almost always exercise their options out-of-the-money in order to boost their voting power.
Are we out of touch by forecasting an out-of-the-money finish today for Giacomo in the Big `Cap?
They are also referred to as at-the-money or out-of-the-money options.
The rights, of course, are out-of-the-money until the occurrence of a flip-in or flip-over event (an acquisition of X Corp.
Most popular was the out-of-the-money September 37.
To initiate the spread, the investor would sell an at-the-money or slightly out-of-the-money call, and simultaneously purchase a cheaper, deeper out-of-the-money call with the same expiration date.
In order to capitalize on a security's stagnation in the near term, the trader would simultaneously sell an equal number of slightly out-of-the-money puts and slightly out-of-the-money calls with the same expiration date.
Second, the Company will reprice outstanding out-of-the-money stock options held by them.