In finance, the intrinsic value of an asset usually refers to a value calculated on simplified assumptions. For example, the intrinsic value of an Option (finance) is based on the current market value of the underlying instrument, but ignores the possibility of future fluctuations [Option time value] and the time value of money.

(“Intrinsic Value (Finance)” 2022)


“Intrinsic Value (Finance).” 2022. Wikipedia, October.