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An investor purchases one call option (strike price $43 and premium $1.20) and purchases 3 put options (strike price $43 and premium $1.65) on the same underlying stock. What is the investor's total profit or loss (enter profit as positive or a loss as a negative value) per share if the stock price at expiration is $21.15?

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**CALCULATION OF PROFIT/LOSS ON OPTIONS -**

Profit on options purchase = $37.55

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