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When an option is in the money it is said to have intrinsic value. If it is out of the money its intrinsic value is zero. Intrinsic value can also refer to perceptions that a security or a company has a value that is different from its market value. The intrinsic value of a company may include brand names and trademarks that may not be reflected in the market price. Sometimes called fundamental value.