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If you think the market will crash, you can short sell securities or simply buy a
In effect, the employer has written the employee a
on the market.
In effect, the clients had written a
on the share price.
But the implicit
, at par value, is not backed up by any capital or official enhancement whatsoever.
All costs of exercising the
are to be paid by the company.
is exercised in the future, the business will come back to the registrant.
For example, a cotton farmer could insure against low prices by buying a
at the time of planting.
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