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The value at some point in the future of a present amount of money.

Also referred to as compound value. The terminal value of a beginning amount of money compounded at some interest rate for some period of time.

the amount that will have been accumulated by a future date if a sum of money is invested at a certain rate of compound interest.

Displays the future value of the account.

Value of a sum after investing it over 1 or more periods. Also called compound value.

The value at some future point in time of a single cash amount or several cash amounts that occur at an earlier point in time.

The amount that a dollar figure set at one date will be worth at a future date.

Determines the value, for a set date in the future, of a sum of money invested now at a specific rate of interest until that date.

Future Value is the expected value of an account, security, investment, lump sum of money, or a series of payments, at a specific time in the future. Top of this page

The value of a present amount at a certain date in the future based on a determined rate of return.

The value to which an amount today will grow if it earns a specific rate of interest over a given period of time. It can be used to find the yearly savings needed to accumulate a given future amount of money.

a dollar amount that occurs at some point in the future

The value of a sum of cash at a certain point in the future that is equivalent to the value of a sum of cash today is known as its future value.

The amount that a sum of money will grow to in the future as a result of interest.

How much a sum of money invested today will be worth at a future date, with compounded interest. For instance, the future value of $10,000 ten years from now, with a 4.5 percent earnings rate, would be $15,529.

The value at a future date of principal invested now at either a simple or compound rate.

The value of a future cash flow.

The equivalent value at a future date of a set sum of money and stream of cash flows. A deal, traded on a recognised exchange, to buy or sell some financial instrument or commodity for settlement on a future date.

The amount to which a current deposit will grow over a period of time when it is placed in an account paying compound interest.

Present value plus amount of accumulated interest that would be earned at a specified rate in future period.

The future value is the amount that your investment grows to in the future. For example, the future value of $100 invested at 8% at the end of each month is $1,245 after 12 months. The present value, or value of this future value in today's dollars, depends on the discount rate. Often, the discount rate used is the same rate as the rate of return, or 8%. The present value of $1,245 discounted at 8% is $1,153. If you were to invest $1,153 today at 8%, this would grow to $1,245 in one year. In other words, you can invest $100 a month for the next 12 months or $1,153 today to obtain the same future value.

The amount that a sum of money today will be worth in the future with growth due to compound interest.

The amount of principal that will exist in the future.

The amount to which money grows over a designated period of time at a specific rate of interest.

The future value as a present amount compounding over a certain time at a certain rate.

The amount of cash at a specified date in the future that is equivalent in value to a specified sum today.

The value of a present sum at a future date found by applying compound interest over a specific period of time.

The expected value on a specified date in the future of an account, security, investment, lump sum of money, or a series of payments. Kembali ke top

The value of a sum of money—invested at a specified interest rate—at the end of a given period of time. Contrast with present value (PV).

(FV) The value that a payment or set of payments will have at some time in the future, when interest is compounded. See interest formulae.

The assumed amount of cash at a future point in time. a present value becomes a future value through the process of reinvestment.

The amount that an investment will be worth at some future time if invested at a constant rate of interest.

The amount to which a payment or series of payments will grow by a given future date when compounded by a given interest rate. FVIF is abbreviation for future value interest factor.

Future value measures the nominal future sum of money that a given sum of money is "worth" at a specified time in the future assuming a certain interest rate; this value does not include corrections for inflation or other factors that affect the true value of money in the future. This is used in time value of money calculations.

Futures Futures commission merchant (FCM)

see Discounted Cash Flow.