Definition of "at-the-money"
  1. A state of an option where its strike price and the present trading price of its underlying commodity are equal
How to use "at-the-money" in a sentence
  1. The call option was at-the-money, causing the investors to rethink their strategy.
  2. Considering the futures market volatility, an at-the-money option could prove beneficial.
  3. The broker recommended an at-the-money put option due to recent market trends.

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