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Net asset value (NAV)

Net Asset Value (NAV) refers to the residual value remaining after the fair market value of all outstanding liabilities have been deducted from the fairmarket value of all assets. For example,

  1. For a corporation, the NAV is equal to the value of all corporate assets less all liabilities. The NAV is also referred to as shareholders' equity.
  2. For an investment like a mutual fund, the NAV is equal to the total market value of all the fund's individual investments less the current value of all liabilities. The NAV is often expressed as a dollar value per unit or share of the investment fund.
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