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The extent to which an Option Contract has Intrinsic Value if the holder were to Exercise their rights under the Option Contract.

Options can be Out Of The Money, At The Money and In The Money which refers to the proximity of the Strike Price to the current Underlying asset or commodity price if purchased in the open market.
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Moneyness: ATM, ITM, and OTM Options

Video Tutorial on at-the-money, in-the-money and out-of-the-money options.


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6 Quick Examples To Mastering Option Moneyness (ITM, OTM & ATM)
http://optionalpha.com/6-quick-examples-to-mastering-option-moneyness-itm-otm-atm-13874.html

Explanation of Moneyness with several different examples. Also covers short options.

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Moneyness Explained
http://www.theoptionsguide.com/moneyness.aspx

TheOptionsGuide.com provides a short introduction to moneyness, covering In the Money, At The Money and Out Of The Money options.

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Moneyness: ATM, ITM, and OTM Options

Video Tutorial on at-the-money, in-the-money and out-of-the-money options.