Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Definition: NAV Net Asset Value

Definition: The Net Asset Value, or NAV, is simply a measure of the current dollar value of one share of a mutual fund. It's the fund's assets minus its liabilities divided by the number of outstanding shares.
NAVs are calculated at the end of each trading day. If the NAV increases, then it means the value of your holdings increase.

Real Estate Investment Trusts.
Each REIT's net asset value (NAV) is computed as follows:
NAV = Market Value of the properties + Other Assets - Total Liabilities.
divided by Number of Shares Outstanding.

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