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1. To implement the rights of an option, by buying (in the case of call options) or selling (in the case of put options) the underlying asset.
2. To exchange a right or warrant for the appropriate amount of stock.

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The trader opted to exercise his call option as he had been bullish on the stock for months and finally realized his gains when the markets matched his predictions.

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You need to exercise patience when you are dealing with an investment and let it play its full course out.

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At the end of the year, the employees had the right to exercise their stock options and many took advantage of this since the stock price was so cheap.

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