Definition of "out-of-the-money"
  1. A description for an option that currently holds no profit, like a gold trading call at $400 when gold is actually trading at $390
How to use "out-of-the-money" in a sentence
  1. Her investment was out-of-the-money, resulting in no profit.
  2. His stock options remained out-of-the-money, with shares trading below the strike price.
  3. Despite favorable market conditions, the option stayed out-of-the-money.

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