Net asset value

• NAV is the price of a share in a mutual fund or investment company. This price is calculated once or twice daily. Net asset value is the amount by which the assets' value exceeds the company's liabilities. It is calculated by adding up the market value of all securities owned by the company, subtracting the company's liabilities, and dividing this value by the number of shares of the company outstanding. Thus, the NAV indicates the current buying or selling price of a share in an investment company.

• Abbreviated NAV. The value of a fund's investments. For a mutual fund, the net asset value per share usually represents the fund's market price, subject to a possible sales or redemption charge. For a closed end fund, the market price may vary significantly from the net asset value.

• Abbreviated NAV. The value of a Mutual Fund share calculated once a day, based on the closing market price for each security in the fund's portfolio. It is computed by deducting the fund's liabilities from the total assets of the portfolio and dividing this amount by the number of shares outstanding.

• Refers to the value of a share or unit of investment. It is computed by adjusting the market value of all investments by the liabilities. Then this net dollar amount is divided by the number of shares or units outstanding. Unless there are additional charges to be imposed upon redemption, the Net Asset Value becomes the bid and transaction market price. Most open end funds only calculate transactional net asset values once a day based on the closing and settlement prices.


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Closed end fund
Investment company
Market value
Mutual fund
Open end fund
Redemption charge
Settlement price
Total assets
 Related Terms
Adjusted present value
After tax proceeds from sale of old asset
Annualized net present value anpv approach
Assessed value
Asset activity ratios
Asset allocation
Asset allocation decision
Asset allocation fund
Asset and asset allocation
Asset and liability management
Asset backed securities
Asset backed security
Asset based financing
Asset classes
Asset coverage test
Asset for asset swap
Asset pricing model
Asset substitution
Asset substitution problem
Asset swap
Asset turnover
Bond value
Book value
Book value per share
Book value weights
Capital asset
Capital asset pricing model
Carrying value
Cash surrender value
Change in net working capital
Conversion or stock value
Conversion value
Cost of new asset
Current principal value
Dynamic asset allocation
Economic value added
Exercise value
Expected value
Expected value of a return
Expected value of perfect information
Extraordinary positive value
Extrinsic value
Face value
Face value of a bond
Fair value
Fair value difference
Firm's net value of debt
Fixed asset
Fixed asset turnover
Fixed asset turnover ratio
Future value
Future value interest factor
Future value interest factor for an annuity
Incremental cost of a new asset
Installed cost of new asset
Intangible asset
Interest discounted annually present value of reversion
Interest impact on present value of ordinary annuity of 1 per period
Intrinsic value
Intrinsic value common stock
Intrinsic value of a firm
Intrinsic value of an option
Intrinsic value warrant
Investment value
Limitation on asset dispositions
Liquid asset
Liquidation value
Liquidation value per share
Loan value
Market value
Market value ratios
Market value weighted index
Market value weights
Maturity value
Net adjusted present value
Net advantage of refunding
Net advantage to leasing
Net advantage to merging
Net assets
Net benefit to leverage factor
Net book value
Net cash balance
Net cash flow
Net change
Net coupon
Net domestic product
Net earnings
Net errors and omissions
Net financing cost
Net float
Net income
Net income before taxes
Net interest margin
Net investment
Net lease
Net operating losses
Net operating margin
Net period
Net position
Net present value
Net present value approach
Net present value of future investments
Net present value of growth opportunities
Net present value profiles
Net present value rule
Net proceeds
Net profit
Net profit margin
Net profits rule
Net sales
Net salvage value
Net working capital
Net working capital recapture
Net worth
Original face value
Par value
Par value stocks
Parity value
Policy asset allocation
Present value
Present value factor
Present value interest factor
Present value interest factor for an annuity
Present value of a future payment
Present value of growth opportunities
Price value of a basis point
Proceeds from sale of old asset
Quick asset ratio
Relative value
Replacement value
Residual value
Risk free asset
Riskless or risk free asset
Risky asset
Safety net return
Salvage value
Standardized value
Stated value
Straight bond value
Straight value
Surrender value
Tactical asset allocation
Tangible asset
Terminal value
Time value
Time value of an option
Time value of money
Total asset turnover
Underlying asset
Uniform net capital rule
Unit value
Utility value
Value added tax
Value additivity principal
Value at risk
Value at risk model
Value date
Value dating
Value fund or value stocks
Value funds
Value line financial strength
Value line safety
Value manager
Wasting asset

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