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Net Asset Value (NAV)

Definition of 'Net Asset Value (NAV)'

NAV stands for Net Asset Value, and refers to the price per share of a mutual fund, which is computed at the end of each trading day based on the closing prices of the securities within the mutual fund’s portfolio. To get the NAV of a mutual fund, add the total values of a fund’s securities, subtract any liabilities, and divide by the number of mutual fund shares outstanding.

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