What is Market Cap? Market Cap is short for Market Capitalisation and can also be known as equity Value.
Market Cap is the market value of a publically listed company. It is the total value of the company’s outstanding shares.
You will often hear companies being categorised by their market cap, depending on the size.
|Mega Cap||> $200 billion|
|Large Cap||$10 billion – $200 billion|
|Mid Cap||£2 billion – $10 billion|
|Small Cap||$300 million – $2 billion|
|Micro Cap||$50 million – $300 million|
|Nano Cap||< $50 million|
Market cap differs from enterprise value as it only accounts for the value of equity, where as enterprise value considers total value, considering net debt (debt + cash).
Further Details & Company Data
For more detailed information, including training, templates and company figures, visit one of the below sites or software providers:
|Site / Software||Description||Link|
|CFI – Corporate Finance Institute||Training, detailed explanations & templates||CFI Website|
|Finbox||Detailed company financials & models||Finbox Website|
|TradingView||Basic company financials & charts||TradingView Financials|
|SharePad||Company financials, news, filters and portfolio management||SharePad Signup Page|
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