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Market Cap: Nano, Micro, Small, Mid, Large & Mega Cap Stocks

What is the Market cap?

Market capitalization of a company is, in short, denoted as Market cap for that company.

Market capitalization is the total value of a company, which is calculated by multiplying the current market price of one share of the company by the total number of outstanding shares.


Companies Ranked By Market Capitalization

market capitalization ranking

Notes:
• There is no fixed classification under the law for segregating these companies by market cap figures.
• These figures are taken as approximate figures as noted in various documents and information at the website of Securities and Exchange Commission, USA and at NASDAQ.
• These figures and the range as mentioned to determine the criteria of the company may slightly vary at different places.





Nano Cap Stock & Company

What is a Nano cap company?

A company with nano cap stock is known as a nano cap company.

What is Nano cap stock?

Nano cap stock is the stock of a company with a market capitalization up to $50 million.

Characteristics

• Most of the Nano-cap company’s stocks are generally traded at "Over-the-counter" (OTC) market.
• The daily trading volumes are not so large and mostly go pretty low on the long run too.
• The pricing of the nano-cap stocks are also low in general.
• These companies are mostly new to the market with limited or no operations and assets. Their revenues are also low with some of their products still under development stage.
• Generally, the investments in the stocks of nano cap companies are considered risky.
• The requirements for listing in securities exchange is liberal compared to others.

Examples of Nano-cap Companies

Company Name
Market Cap*
NanoViricides, Inc.
$47.65 million
Miragen Therapeutics, Inc.
$37.84 million
Future FinTech Group Inc.
$26.87 million
Aethlon Medical, Inc.
$10.46 million
Cohen & Company Inc.
$5.26 million

Source: nasdaq.com
*Figures as on 27th January, 2020


Micro Cap Stock & Company

What is a Micro cap company?

A company with micro cap stock is known as a Micro cap company.

What is Micro cap stock?

Micro cap stock is the stock of a company with a market capitalization of $50 million and above but less than $250 or $300 million.

Characteristics

• Most of the Micro-cap company’s stocks are generally traded at "Over-the-counter" (OTC) market.
• The daily trading volumes are not in large numbers.
• The pricing of the micro-cap stocks are low in general.
• The revenues of these companies are moderately high compared to nano cap stock companies.
• Generally, the investments in the micro cap stocks is considered semi-risky.

Examples of Micro-cap Companies


Company Name
Market Cap*
Quad Graphics, Inc
$236.5 million
Ocwen Financial Corporation
$174.5 million
Yatra Online, Inc.
$156.5 million
Turtle Beach Corporation
$117.0 million
Otonomy, Inc.
$98.4 million

Source: nasdaq.com
*Figures as on 27th January, 2020





Small Cap Stock & Company

What is a Small cap company?

A company with small cap stock is known as a small cap company.

What is a Small cap stock?

Small cap stock is the stock of a company with a market capitalization in the range of $250 million to $2 billion.

Characteristics

• The daily trading volumes are good in numbers but not too high.
• The pricing of the small-cap stocks are generally in the medium scale.
• Their revenues are not too high but in medium range as well as their assets and operations.
• The investments in the stocks of small cap companies are considered less risky.

Key Concerns of Small-cap Company

• High risk investment;
• Low reserves;
• Rather young company;
• High number of individual investors than institutional investors.

Examples of Small-cap Companies


Company Name
Market Cap*
Mueller Water Products, Inc.
$1.90 billion
IMAX Corporation
$1.06 billion
Cytokinetics, Inc.
$711.7 million
Axogen, Inc.
$481.3 million
Zynex, Inc.
$333.3 million

Source: nasdaq.com
*Figures as on 27th January, 2020





Mid Cap Stock & Company

What is a Mid cap company?

A company with mid cap stock is known as a mid cap company.

What is Mid cap stock?

Mid cap stock is the stock of a company with a market capitalization in the range of $2 billion to $10 billion.

A.k.a.

Mid cap stocks are also known as medium cap stocks.

Characteristics

• The daily trading volumes are in good numbers and shows potential growth.
• The pricing of the mid-cap stocks are generally in the medium scale.
• Their revenues are comparatively high but in medium range as well as their assets and operations.
• The investments in the stocks of mid cap companies are considered less risky.

Examples of Mid-cap Companies

Company Name
Market Cap*
Amdocs Limited
$9.92 billion
Hyatt Hotels Corporation
$8.54 billion
Levi Strauss & Co
$7.90 billion
Etsy, Inc.
$5.81 billion
Yelp Inc.
$2.43 billion

Source: nasdaq.com
*Figures as on 27th January, 2020


Large Cap Stock & Company

What is a Large cap company?

A company with large cap stock is known as a large cap company.

What is Large cap stock?

Large cap stock is the stock of a company with a market capitalization in the range of $10 billion to $200 billion.

Characteristics

• The daily trading volumes are in large quantity.
• The pricing of the large-cap stocks are generally high.
• Their turnover are also high as well as their assets and operations.
• The investments in the stocks of large cap companies are considered less risky.

Examples of Large-cap Companies

Company Name
Market Cap*
PepsiCo, Inc.
$199.3 billion
Netflix, Inc.
$154.8 billion
Tesla, Inc.
$97.4 billion
General Motors Company
$48.6 billion
Apache Corporation
$10.9 billion

Source: nasdaq.com
*Figures as on 27th January, 2020





Mega Cap Stock & Company

What is a Mega cap company?

A company with mega cap stock is known as a mega cap company.

What is a Mega cap stock?

The mega cap stock is the stock of a company with a market capitalization above $200 billion.

Characteristics

• The daily trading volumes are very large.
• The pricing of the mega-cap stocks are also pretty high.
• Their revenues are also quite high as well as their assets and operations are in vast scale.
• The investments in the stocks of mega cap companies are considered very less risky.

Examples of Mega-cap Companies

Company Name
Market Cap*
Apple Inc
$1.40 trillion
Microsoft Corporation
$1.26 trillion
Alphabet Inc.
$1.01 trillion
Amazon.com, Inc.
$923.0 billion
Facebook, Inc.
$621.5 billion

Source: nasdaq.com
*Figures as on 27th January, 2020




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