An underlying option security is the financial instrument on which a derivative's (i.e., an option's) value is based – it provides the price that is used to determine the value of the derivative. An option is classified as a derivative because its value is derived from the underlying security.

An option holder has the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell a particular instrument at a specified price and date in the future.

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… For organized exchanges, this would correspond to an American call option whose underlying stock has no dividend payments over the life of the option. The above approach could easily be generalized to include constant dividend yields for European options or American …

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… For organized exchanges, this would correspond to an American call option whose underlying stock has no dividend payments over the life of the option. The above approach could easily be generalized to include constant dividend yields for European options or American …

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… For organized exchanges, this would correspond to an American call option whose underlying stock has no dividend payments over the life of the option. The above approach could easily be generalized to include constant dividend yields for European options or American …

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… For organized exchanges, this would correspond to an American call option whose underlying stock has no dividend payments over the life of the option. The above approach could easily be generalized to include constant dividend yields for European options or American …

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… For organized exchanges, this would correspond to an American call option whose underlying stock has no dividend payments over the life of the option. The above approach could easily be generalized to include constant dividend yields for European options or American …

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… For organized exchanges, this would correspond to an American call option whose underlying stock has no dividend payments over the life of the option. The above approach could easily be generalized to include constant dividend yields for European options or American …

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… For organized exchanges, this would correspond to an American call option whose underlying stock has no dividend payments over the life of the option. The above approach could easily be generalized to include constant dividend yields for European options or American …

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… For organized exchanges, this would correspond to an American call option whose underlying stock has no dividend payments over the life of the option. The above approach could easily be generalized to include constant dividend yields for European options or American …

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… For organized exchanges, this would correspond to an American call option whose underlying stock has no dividend payments over the life of the option. The above approach could easily be generalized to include constant dividend yields for European options or American …

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