define in the money and out oft the money call/put option

#2
hi everyone, please define in the money and out oft the money call/put option
ITM
An options contract is in the money if it is in profit regardless of its direction. For example, a Call contract is in the money if the price of the underlying security is higher than the options contract's strike price. Conversely, a Put contract is in the money if the price of the underlying security is lower than the options contract's strike price.

OTM
An options contract is out of the money if it is in a loss regardless of its direction. For example, a Call contract is out of the money if the price of the underlying security is lower than the options contract's strike price. Conversely, a Put contract is out of the money if the price of the underlying security is higher than the options contract's strike price
 
#4
ITM
An options contract is in the money if it is in profit regardless of its direction. For example, a Call contract is in the money if the price of the underlying security is higher than the options contract's strike price. Conversely, a Put contract is in the money if the price of the underlying security is lower than the options contract's strike price.

OTM
An options contract is out of the money if it is in a loss regardless of its direction. For example, a Call contract is out of the money if the price of the underlying security is lower than the options contract's strike price. Conversely, a Put contract is out of the money if the price of the underlying security is higher than the options contract's strike price
thanks manoj
 

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