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Subject:  Re: Market/cap assignments for stocks? Date:  1/25/2013  12:27 PM
Author:  Fuskie Number:  260442 of 278021

I can't speak to Stock Advisor information in this forum, but generally, a company with a market cap of $0 to $1b is considered a small-cap company. $1b to $5b is considered a mid-cap company. And companies over $5b in market capitalization is a large-cap company.

Who notes Harry is correct in saying that a company's market capitalization is the product of it's share price by the number of outstanding shares...
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