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NAV - Net Asset Value
(total value of shares and cash in a fund – liabilities) / (number of shares outstanding)
The NAV is important when trying to figure out the price per unit of a fund, which is in turn important when comparing different investments.
A fund has $10 million in liabilities, $50 million in shares and cash, and 4 million shares outstanding. The NAV is $10.