Financial Calculators

Stock Option Calculator

Receiving options for your company's stock can be an incredible benefit. Even after a few years of moderate growth, stock options can produce a handsome return. Use this calculator to determine the value of your stock options for the next one to twenty five years.

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Definitions

Current stock price Current stock price. If this price is above your option strike price, you are already in the money. If it is currently below the option strike price, your options will not have any value until it exceeds the strike price.
Stock appreciates at This is the annual rate of return you expect from the stock underlying your options. Thanks to the leveraged nature of your stock options, once the underlying stock value has exceeded your strike price, the value of your options will increase at an accelerated rate.
Number of options This is the number of stock options your were granted.
Strike price The strike price is the stock price that your options were issued at. The underlying stock price must exceed the strike price for your options to have any value.
Number of years The number of years you expect to hold these options. This can be any number from one to twenty five.



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