# Question Solved1 AnswerQuestion 8 In January 2021, Apple shares are priced at \$320 a share. You believe that they are considerably overvalued and are worth only \$200 a share. June 2021 put options on a strike price of \$250 a share are currently valued at \$10 per share. Each put contract is based on 100 shares. (i) What is the intrinsic value of the put option per share? (ii) What is the time value of the put option per share? (iii) If we arrive at expiry in June and you are proved correct with Apple shares are selling for \$200, what is your net dollar profit on a single put option contract in dollars bearing in mind the contract is based on 100 shares? (iv) What is your net dollar profit (+) or loss (-) as a holder of the put contract (based on a contract size of 100 shares) if we arrive at expiry in June and you are wrong and Apple shares are selling for \$270?

Question 8

In January 2021, Apple shares are priced at \$320 a share. You believe that they are considerably overvalued and are worth only \$200 a share. June 2021 put options on a strike price of \$250 a share are currently valued at \$10 per share. Each put contract is based on 100 shares.

(i) What is the intrinsic value of the put option per share?

(ii) What is the time value of the put option per share?

(iii) If we arrive at expiry in June and you are proved correct with Apple shares are selling for \$200, what is your net dollar profit on a single put option contract in dollars bearing in mind the contract is based on 100 shares?

(iv) What is your net dollar profit (+) or loss (-) as a holder of the put contract (based on a contract size of 100 shares) if we arrive at expiry in June and you are wrong and Apple shares are selling for \$270?

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