Maropost Option Calculator
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Total Allocation Size:
Your Total Net Gain*:
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What is a “Total Allocation Size”?
The total amount of options (shares) received as part of your allocation.
There can be multiple allocations received by your company throughout your career.
What is a “Strike Price”?
The term strike price refers to the price of the options at the time they are allocated.
What is an “Allocation Value”?
The term allocation value refers to the price of the options at the time they are allocated.
This number is based on:
( total allocated options x strike price )
What is a “Strike Value”?
A strike value is the total projected value at which the shares are now worth based on the current market value of Maropost.
Similar to strike price this is based on:
( total allocated options x current market value share price ) = Strike Value
What is a “Current Valuation”?
The current Valuation is the total amount of shares, minus your initial allocation value.
This value is based on:
( allocation value ) – ( strike value )
What is a “Net Gain”?
A net gain is the total projected value at based on:
( total allocated options x strike price ) – ( total allocated share price x current market value share price – $1.70 )
Depending on if you have more than 1 allocation, we then add up your total current values to arrive at the total net gain.
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