Theoretical Value (Of A Right)

Theoretical Value (Of A Right),

What is Theoretical Value (Of A Right)?

  • Theoretical value (rights) is the value of subscription rights. During the period in which a new offer is announced up to three days before the expiry of the rights (called the period of total rights), the value of the rights is fixed and easily calculated. can go. In order to calculate the value of rights during the rights period, investors need to be informed about the cost of the subscription for the purchase and the number of rights required. From this information, the correct value can be calculated using the following formula

    • The value of a right can be calculated based on the total right period.
    • Investors with the right to purchase are informed of the price at which they can buy the shares, usually at a price lower than the current price.
    • The same investor knows how many rights are needed to buy shares.
    • Theoretical value can be calculated from this information.

Literal Meanings of Theoretical Value (Of A Right)


Meanings of Theoretical:
  1. Refers to the theory of an article or field of study rather than its practical use

Sentences of Theoretical
  1. An theoretical physicist

Synonyms of Theoretical

not practical, pure, conceptual, abstract


Meanings of Value:
  1. Defining financial value (something)

  2. Respect that something should be worthwhile, valuable or useful.

  3. A person's principles or principles of conduct decide what is important in life.

  4. Numerical quantity means algebraic terms, quantity, quantity or numbers.

  5. The relative duration of the voice represented by a note.

Sentences of Value
  1. Rhythm values ​​are quarter notes, eighth notes and semitones, and only the finger pattern is used on the first melody.

  2. With the lack of landscape, artists use adjacent colorful values

Synonyms of Value

good, precious, worth its weight in gold, standards, use, benefit, appraise, set a price on, standards of behaviour, usefulness, significance, put a price on, efficacy, assistance, prized, dear, advantage, importance, price, cost out, estimate, desirability, point, service, ethics, cost, worth one's weight in gold


Meanings of Of:
  1. Indicates the relationship between the partial and the whole.

  2. Express the relationship between scale and size and value.

  3. Indicates an association between two organizations, usually an association.

  4. It shows the relationship between the address and the reference point.

  5. Express the relationship between a general type or type and the specific items that fall into this category.

  6. Where the phrase header is a predictive adjective.

  7. An indication of a substance or substance from which something is formed.

Synonyms of Of

in, carried out by, caused by, done by, by, made by, from, of


Meanings of A:
  1. Used when you first mention someone or something in a text message or conversation.

  2. It is used to indicate that people or objects belong to a class.

  3. It is used to express rates or relationships for each, on, or for each.

  4. (On the itinerary) has arrived.

  5. To act (in units of measure) (10⁻¹⁸).

  6. Outside (in connection with sports events).

  7. (Used before dating).

  8. Acceleration.

  9. The first letter of the alphabet.

  10. The shape is like a capital letter.

  11. Sixth note of the Daytonic scale in C major.

  12. Ace (used to describe bridges and other card games)

  13. One level

Sentences of A
  1. One man left the room

  2. He is a lawyer

  3. Write 60 words per minute


Meanings of Right:
  1. Right side, right side or right side.

  2. A group or party that supports conservative or reactionary ideologies.

  3. It is morally good, justified or acceptable.

  4. The aforesaid, towards the human body or object or related to that which is towards the east when the person or object is facing towards the north.

  5. Absolute Absolute (used for emphasis, usually in an excellent context)

  6. Prefer conservative or reactionary ideas.

  7. It is used to indicate approval or to confirm the acceptance of an announcement or order.

  8. In broad or wide degree or degree (used to emphasize)

  9. Okay fine

Sentences of Right
  1. Take the first right

  2. The law enters the election

  3. We turned the boat upside down

Synonyms of Right

properly, completely, unqualified, fine, out-and-out, exactly, hale, unalloyed, agreed, leave, sanction, authority, just, in good health, veritable, honourable, licence, indemnity, prerogative, rectitude, fighting fit, right-hand, normal, justness, equitableness, thorough, well, exemption, justice, impartiality