While there are no set definitions for market caps, a few terms are frequently used to group companies by capitalization.
In the U.S., companies and stocks are often categorized by the following approximate market capitalization values, regardless of the exchange
which they are traded on:
Market Capitalization: The
number of Company shares outstanding times the price of the stock.
*"Microcap". Market Cap
under $250 million.
* '''Small-Cap''': Market Cap between $250 million and $1 billion.
* '''Mid-Cap''': Market Cap between $1 billion and $10 billion.
* '''Large-Cap''': Market Cap over $10 billion.