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There is a multitude of complex, so-called exotic options, which are mainly used in OTC (over the counter) trading to meet the special needs of institutional investors. The most important types of exotic options are:
In contrast, ordinary puts and calls, no matter whether European or American style, are frequently called plain vanilla options.
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