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In-the-money
Describes an Option whose Strike Price is advantageous compared with the current Forward market price of the Underlying. The more an Option is in-the-money, the higher its Intrinsic value and the more expensive it becomes. As an Option becomes more in-the-money, its Delta increases and it behaves more like the Underlying in profit and loss terms; hence deep in-the-money options Will have a Delta of close to one.

See also At-the-money, Out-of-the-money
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