Book Value Growth CAGR 3y

The Book Value 3 Year Compound Annual Growth Rate, or CAGR, shows how quickly a company has been growing its Book Value. It is measured as the percentage change in Book Value over a given time frame. This is measured as a Compounded Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) over the past 3 years.

Stockopedia explains Book Value Growth

Book Value - or Net Asset Value - is a measure of shareholder's equity and is calculated as Assets less Liabilities and any Preferred Stock.

From the accounting perspective, it could be seen as the underlying value of a company, whereas the market capitalisation value is dictated by the supply and demand of shares.

However, should the company go into liquidation, the Book Value is often used as a proxy for the value remaining for common shareholders after all creditors are paid.

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The 5 highest Book Value Growth Stocks in the Market

Ticker Name Book Value Growth StockRank
NSI:IRBINVIT IRB InvIT Fund 17848.16 59
NSI:HEMIPROP Hemisphere Properties India 8549.53 3
NAQ:PAE PAE Inc 4450.94 42
NYQ:FSR Fisker Inc 3570.89 24
CNSX:GTII Green Thumb Industries Inc 3379.26 67
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