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What is book value per share?

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2nd Feb 2010 by Daniel Cross, ChFC

Book value is essentially the net worth of the company (Total assets - Total Liabilities) and shows the liquidation value of a company if it were to go bankrupt. Book value per share would be that amount divided by the number of shares outstanding.

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