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The NASDAQ Composite Index measures all NASDAQ domestic and non-U.S. based common stocks listed on the NASDAQ stock Market.The Index is market value weighted. This means that each company's security affects the Index in proportion to its market by total shares outstanding, is calculated throughout the trading day, and is related to the total value of the Index.
Net Asset Value (NAV) is the market value of the securities held by the scheme of a Mutual Fund.NAV varies on a day-to-day basis since the market value of securities changes regularly. The total market value divided by the total number of units of the scheme on a specific date is the NAV.To simplify, if you hold a unit in a mutual fund, the NAV is the value today of your unit.
Equity excluding minority interests, divided by number of shares.
Profit from operations as a percentage of revenue.
Mutual funds that do not carry a sales commission.
Expenses not due to the basic business of company.
Income not derived from basic business of company
Profits a company can be expected to achieve taking out cyclical effects and unusual events such as one-time write-offs caused by late product releases, customer bankruptcies and the like.
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