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An investing derivative whereby the holder has a claim to one unit of the underlying asset if the market price of the asset is above the strike price of the option. If the market price is lower than the strike price, the holder receives nothing. For example, if XYZ stock is at $45 and the strike price is $40, on the option expiration date, the holder will receive $5 per unit of stock.
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