What is ​Mutual Fund NA​V (Net Asset Value )​​​​​?

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Net Asset Value also known as NAV is the cost of one unit of a scheme. NAV is calculated by subtracting the Liabilities from Assets and is divided by the total number of outstanding units held by you. A perfect explanation of Mutual Fund NAV is given in this video. Learn more about Mutual Fund basics on SBI Fund Guru.​

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