DISCOUNTED VALUE Definition

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DISCOUNTED VALUE is the present value of the sum of future payments after they has been discounted back. The higher the discount rate used, the lower the present value of the future sum.

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TANGIBLE normally refers to assets that can be held or seen and that are capable of being appraised at an actual or approximate value (e.g. inventory, land & buildings, etc.).

RIGHTS, generally, is an entitlement to something, whether to concepts like justice and due process or to ownership of property or some interest in property, real or personal. In securities, it is a securities offering that gives the stockholder an option to purchase additional shares at a predeter­mined price. Frequently, the stock can be traded with the rights attached.

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