# Profit gained by exercise and selling of incentive stock options

For the below mentioned scenario, I want to know how much profit I will make if I sell all my options. I am new to the world of stocks, and any help will be greatly appreciated.

My company has granted me `n1` amount of `Incentive stock options`.

Each share has an exercise price of \$8.

The market value of each share is \$28.

At present, 50% of my stocks have been vested.

I have some elementary understanding of the concepts of exercise price and market price. I would presume exercise price to be a value at which I can purchase the company's stock (i.e. USD 8 per share.) Similarly, market price is the money that I will get when I sell the aforementioned stocks (i.e. \$28 per share.)

How much profit will I get if I exercise and subsequently sell all the incentive stock options that got vested for me?

Is it something as simple as `(1/2) * n1 * \$(28 - 8) = \$10*n1`?

Given that these are incentive stock options, will trading of these be different from regular stocks?