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Options are Hollywood Derivatives based around a specific event. Typically 'calls' and 'puts' options are offered for a MovieStock opening in wide release. This form of speculation lasts only for the opening weekend.
A put option speculates that the related movie will have a lower box office take for its opening weekend than the strike price. A $20 put has a strike price of $20, and will cash out at zero if the movie makes more than $20 million during opening weekend. If the film makes less than $20 million it will cash out at a price determined by the following formula: (Strike Price - Actual Box Office). For Example: if the film made $15 million the put would cash out at H$5.00 (H$20 - H$15).
Ice Age: Continental Drift H$65 (ICEA4.PU)
H$18.37 July 16, 2012
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