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This article will attempt to provide investors with key definitions and a historical perspective on the characteristics of options.
To read about the debate over expensing, see An option is defined as the right (ability), but not the obligation, to buy or sell a stock.
Companies award (or "grant") options to their employees.
These allow the employees the right to buy shares of the company at a set price (also know as the "strike price" or "award price") within a certain span of time (usually several years).
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