Historic Pricing refers to Historical pricing is a fixed rate method used to calculate the value of an asset based on the last calculated price point. Historical prices are used when asset values are not updated in real time.
- Historical pricing is a method of calculating the net asset value (NAV) of an investment based on changes in previous valuations.
- Investors who use historical prices can accurately calculate the total number of shares or units that will be bought for a given dollar amount, but there is a risk that the latest valuation will become obsolete.
- NAV Future rates are used more than historical rates.
Literal Meanings of Historic Pricing
Meanings of Historic:
Famous or important in history or maybe.
(Time) is used to count past events, especially more than incomplete and perfect Latin and Greek.
Sentences of Historic
An area with many historical sites.
Synonyms of Historic
outstanding, renowned, landmark, consequential, groundbreaking, memorable, epoch-making, of consequence, headline, celebrated, earth-shaking, extraordinary, red-letter, important, of importance, famous, notable, momentous, unforgettable, remarkable
Meanings of Pricing:
Decide on the amount you want to pay (something offered for sale).
Find or price (something to sell).
Sentences of Pricing
The watch costs 55.
Synonyms of Pricing
value, rate, appraise, fix/set the price of, put a price on, cost, assay, evaluate, estimate, assess