Net Asset Value (NAV) is a fundamental financial metric used primarily in the context of investment funds, such as mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs). It represents the per-share value of these funds and is a key indicator of their overall value. NAV is calculated by determining the net value of a fund's assets after subtracting its liabilities and then dividing this net value by the total number of outstanding shares.
Net asset value (NAV) is a financial metric used to determine the value of an investment fund, such as a mutual fund, exchange-traded fund (ETF), or closed-end fund. It represents the per-share or per-unit value of the fund and is calculated by subtracting the total liabilities of the fund from its total assets and then dividing the result by the total number of outstanding shares or units.
NAVPS stands for "net asset value per share." It is a financial metric used to represent the per-share value of a mutual fund or a similar investment vehicle, such as an exchange-traded fund (ETF) or a closed-end fund. NAVPS is calculated by dividing the net asset value (NAV) of the fund by the total number of outstanding shares or units.
Here's the NAV formula:
Let's break down these components:
The difference between NAV and shareholder equity:
Steps to calculate net asset value are:
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