Market Capitalization

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Market Capitalization (also sometimes abbreviated with Market Cap) is determined by multiplying the total number of outstanding shares by the current price of the stock. This number reflects the total companies worth.

Further Breakdown

These are estimates used when further breaking down companies:

Large Cap – Greater than $5 Billion

Mid Cap – Companies between $1 Billion and $5 Billion

Small Cap – Companies below $1 Billion