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This is the current market value of a mutual fund share. It's calculated daily by adding together the fund's total assets, deducting liabilities, and dividing the difference by the number of outstanding shares.

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.

1) Net assets divided by number of outstanding shares; 2) For an open-end investment company, often the net redemption price per share; 3) For a no-load open-end investment company both the net redemption price per share and the offering price 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.

The closing market value of all securities owned in the portfolio plus all other assets such as cash, minus all liabilities, divided by the total number of shares outstanding.

A valuation of an investment company's shares calculated by subtracting any liabilities from the market value of the firm's assets and dividing the difference by the number of shares outstanding. This factor illustrates the amount a shareholder would receive for each share owned if the fund sold all its assets (stocks, bonds, and so forth) at their current market value, paid off any outstanding debts with the proceeds, and then distributed the remainder to the stockholders. In general, net asset value per share is the price an investor would receive when selling a fund's shares back to the fund. Net asset value per share is similar in concept to book value per share for other types of firms.

Net asset value per share (NAV): A valuation of an investment company's shares, calculated by subtracting any liabilities from the market value of the firm's assets and dividing the difference by the number of shares outstanding. In general, NAV is the price an investor would receive when selling shares back to a fund.

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.

Is determined by dividing the value of the total assets of the Fund properly allocable to such class of shares less the liabilities of the Fund properly allocable to such class of shares by the total number of shares of such class outstanding on any Valuation Date.

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%.

Calculated by subtracting current liabilities from total assets and dividing by the total number of shares outstanding. Investors may buy a fund at this price plus fees, if any, and may sell at this price minus redemption fees, if any. Net Asset Value per Share is not known at the time that an order is placed since it is reflection of closing security prices within the fund.

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.

Total equity per balance sheet divided by shares in issue.

Shareholders' equity divided by the number of shares in issue at year end.

Formula: Equity excl. minority interests, divided by number of shares

The current market worth of a mutual fund share. Calculated daily by taking the funds total assets securities, cash and any accrued earnings deducting liabilities, and dividing the remainder by the number of shares outstanding.

The basis of a mutual fund's share price, which is found by subtracting from the market value of the portfolio the mutual fund's liabilities and then dividing by the number of mutual fund shares outstanding.

The market value of one share of a unit trust. The fund's NAV is calculated daily by taking the fund's total assets (securities, cash, and accrued earnings), subtracting the fund's liabilities, and dividing by the number of shares outstanding. The NAV does not include the sales charge. The process of calculating the NAV is called pricing.

Net asset value of a mutual fund divided by the number of shares or units outstanding. This represents the base value of a share of unit of a fund and is commonly abbreviated to NAVPS.

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.

The current value of a REIT's assets divided by shares outstanding

The market worth of one share of a mutual fund. This figure is derived by taking a fund's total assets-securities, cash, and any accrued earnings-deducting liabilities, and dividing by the number of shares outstanding. NAV is priced on a daily basis and is subject to change.