How is the value of an etf calculated?

It is calculated by taking the sum of the assets in the fund, including any securities and cash, subtracting out any liabilities, and dividing that figure by the number of shares outstanding. The outcome is called the net asset value (NAV). However, the actual market price may fluctuate and there is no guarantee that the NAV is the same as the market value of an ETF as share prices reflect other investors’ willingness to pay rather than the underlying value.

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