Start ups may offer options as part of compensation. These let employees purchase company stock. However, sometimes those shares cannot be sold right away. This means employees may invest their own money for either a loss or a profit realized after some delay.
What might the outcomes for options look like? Maybe data science can help. This tool explores Markov Chains and Monte Carlo methods, looking at distributions of outcomes given beliefs about what might happen to a start up.
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What's the takeaway?
|Simulations with profit|
|Simulations over 1 million|