Net Asset Value per Share. The market value of the securities and assets held by the mutual fund less its current liabilities, divided by the total number of shares outstanding.

Net Asset Value Per Share. The value of all the holdings of a mutual fund, minus the fund's liabilities divided by the number of units outstanding, which represents the unit price of a fund.

Net asset value per share. Used in reference to mutual fund shares, net asset value is the total market value of all securities owned by the fund less its liabilities divided by the number of units outstanding.

Net Asset Value per Share. Is the estimated worth of the company based on the current market value of all its assets less liabilities. Calculated by taking the present value of the company's reserves, subtracting long-term debt, and adding working capital. Usually discounted by 10-15%.

Net Asset Value Per Share. the value of a mutual fund unit is also referred to as its Net Asset Value per Share. The net assets of the fund equal the value of all investments owned by the fund less any expenses. The NAVPS is calculated by dividing the net assets by the number of units or shares outstanding. A high NAVPS price does not mean a fund is expensive and a low NAVPS does not mean a fund is inexpensive. A fund's NAVPS represents the growth of the investments held in the fund from its issue price (usually $5.00 or $10.00) minus dividend adjustments.

Net Asset Value Per Share. The market value of a fund's unit. NAVPS is calculated by most funds after the close of the exchanges each day by taking the closing market value of all securities owned plus all other assets such as cash, subtracting all liabilities, then dividing the result (total net assets) by the total number of units outstanding. The number of units outstanding can vary each day depending on the number of purchases and redemptions.