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I've heard a few statements where X company is already bigger than the estimated TAM from a market cap perspective. So question: Is TAM defined as market cap potential or TAM is defined as total revenue opportunity. Meaning, a $100 B TAM opportunity means that $100 B in revenue is at play versus the total market valuation. I would assume the former since EV/S multiple would cause the TAM potential to fluctuate.
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