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For Hedge Funds, I understand that Net Asset Value(NAV) is calculated as follows:

NAV = (Assets - Liability)/(Total number of outstanding shares)

However, I've heard the term Average Net Asset Value(NAV) for a Hedge Fund.

1) Could someone please explain What is an Average Net Asset Value(NAV) for a Hedge Fund?

2) how do we calculate said Average NAV for a Hedge Fund?

3) How different is an Average NAV for a Mutual Fund?

  • What's the context (meaning where do you see this term)? My guess is it's the average over a period of time, but without the context it's hard to say. – D Stanley Feb 14 at 18:56

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