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Opportunity cost formula

The opportunity cost (OC) formula is best described as the return on the most profitable option (MP) minus the return on the chosen investment option (C). Mathematically, that’s OC=MP-C. The difference is how much it costs to pursue that opportunity, when compared to a more profitable option.

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