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Author: Todd212 Three stars, 500 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 66  
Subject: Re: How to categorize stocks Date: 7/10/2005 11:54 PM
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For definitions like microcap, small cap, mega cap, etc.--

http://investopedia.com/dictionary


To quickly find whether a stock is small, medium or large--

http://morningstar.com
type in the stock symbol at the top, and then click on "data interpreter" on the right

(works for mutual fund symbols too--will tell you, on the whole, the average size of the stocks owned by the fund--just need to type the fund's symbol in at the top of morningstar.com)

--Todd
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