Store of Value

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Store of Value is the value that measures a product or asset’s capability to retain its store value, i.e. which keep its worth without depreciating. Some of the examples include gold and US treasury bond.

Assets such as milk or other perishable items with miserable shelf lives have a weak store of value.

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