• The expected volatility in a stock's return derived from its option price, maturity date, exercise price, and risk less rate of return, using an option-pricing model such as Black/Scholes.
• Is the current volatility or the level of volatility required to generate an option premium given a known market price for the underlying, an interest rate, an expiration date and a strike price.
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