Financial Planning: Advanced Strategies

With stock options, what do the terms "intrinsic value" and "time value" mean? How do these concepts apply to financial planning? This is premium content

The value of an option consists of two elements: time premium and intrinsic value. Intrinsic value is the difference...
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