What does intrinsic value mean? In business economics, intrinsic value means the fair value of all of a company’s assets, minus its debts. The intrinsic value therefore indicates the actual value. It is the value that a company (intrinsically) possesses of itself.
There are several ways to calculate the intrinsic. In this article, we analyze the intrinsic value, its meaning and how it can be calculated in different circumstances.
This article discusses the following topics:
- Difference intrinsic value vs. equity
- Advantages and disadvantages of the net asset value
- Example intrinsic value
- Real estate: Net asset value of shares
- Intrinsic Value Options
- Art: Intrinsic value of gold
- Extrinsic value