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How are Mutual Funds tracked ?

A Fund's share price is the value of one unit of the total fund stock that is made up of many securities. This is called the Net Asset Value or NAV. This is computed by dividing the total value of the fund by the total number of shares held.

The value of NAV changes every day based on the value of the shares in the fund.

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