Course 102:
Mutual Funds and NAVs
In this course
1 Introduction
2 Calculating the NAV
3 So Alike but So Very Different
4 Uses of NAV

In the previous lesson, we examined the mutual fund's NAV, its net asset value (or price per share). NAVs seem similar to stock prices; after all, both represent the price of one share of an investment. Both appear in newspapers and on financial Web sites. But that's where the similarities between NAVs and stock prices end.

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