from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. net asset value
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- Net asset value
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of naval;
- n. of navigation.
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Next she flipped the Nav Mode switch left of the radar display from OFF to NAV, set IFF to STBY, and turned the radio knobs to BOTH and ON.
Total share will be converted into Units. the value of units is measured by the term NAV (Net Asset Value);
Using a net asset valuation methodology, we are estimating Samson's risked long term NAV per basic ADS to range between $3.30 and $11.57 per basic share, contingent on the company's operated drilling program and the pace of the development of the sold Niobrara acreage in which the company retained a 3.8% overriding royalty interest.
Again, it is important for AINV investors to understand the difference between quarter-to-quarter NAV movements affected by the volatility and changes in the yields on the capital markets and longer-term NAV movements from markdowns, reflecting expected or actual credit impairment.
In the mutual fund world, this is called the NAV Net Asset Value of the fund.
When the shares trade at less than NAV, that is a "discount."
The mutual fund share price is calculated as the combined market value of the fund's individual assets divided by the number of shares, resulting in net asset value per share (commonly called NAV).
For those of you who have no idea what "Onyx" is, it's a truly interactive, "hyperlinked" movie - a fully browseable motion picture that utilizes a new technology called NAV ™ (for Non-Linear Arrayed Video).
Their prices are supposed to match their index's "net asset value," or NAV, which is a measure of underlying holdings.
The NAV is the value of the fund's portfolio holdings on a per-share basis.