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What is the differnce between Corporate/Company level and Listing level Market cap

Upon searching on google, I will end up getting types of MarketCap (Large, Mid, Small etc). Please help.
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CAP table for single founder bootstrapped startup

I have bootstrapped my LLC for two years and am now seeking investment. In this case, I'm considering VC. Sequoia pitch deck templates recommends a CAP table. Since I don't have investors currently, ...
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Supply and demand in the stock market and its relationship with the market capitalization of a company

If demand is more than supply, stock prices go up. Then does that mean a company can increase its value by intentionally restricting supply?
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CVNA market cap: 10B or 3B … which is it?

Yahoo Finance used to show 2+ billion in market cap for CVNA while Google Finance showed 9+ billion. Now both show 9+ billion while all brokerage websites show 2+ billion. Yahoo and Google are worse ...
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BITCOIN: on a chart what does it mean for the USD price to be higher then marketcap?

I'm looking at this chart and i don't rely understand why the USD price is at times lower and at times higher then the market-cap. I would assume they are supposed to go in parallel since they are in ...
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How to estimate the trading liquidity of stocks when buying and selling?

Stocks with smaller market capitalisation sometimes have the potential for greater price growth. But when trying to invest the same amount of money as you would do with a mainstream share, your act of ...
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Does market cap include ALL shareholders, including a company's founders and largest institutional investors?

If a given company has a $100B market cap, does that include all of its shares, or is that only the ones which are publicly traded? Are the founders' shares included in the count, as well as those ...
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How to calculate stock price with EPS and outstanding shares

How do you calculate stock price with only EPS and outstanding shares, and market cap available? EDIT sorry forgot to mention, i was trying to get future stock price based on financial guidance of ...
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Mismatch between market cap and shares outstanding*price

Why is there a big mismatch between reported market cap and the value obtained by shares_outstanding*price? https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/BCH/key-statistics?p=BCH reported market cap = 16.58 B ...
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When the market cap goes down, does that mean people are taking money out? [duplicate]

My question is about the market cap figure on coinmarketcap.com and dealing with crypto currencies. So yesterday the market cap was at 720 billion dollars. Today it's below 600b$. Does this mean ...
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Did an additional $32 billion necessarily get invested into Amazon.com stock on October 26th, 2017?

The share price went up about 6.9%, and the market cap is $466 billion. Does that mean that that much new money had to have been invested after hours? Would it otherwise be possible for the stock ...
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How do investment banks evaluate a private firm going public? Is it based on the assets owned by the company?

Suppose a private firm(sole proprietor) has assets worth 50crs(zero Liability). Now I want expand my company by taking it public. I reach out to an investment Bank. Will the investment bank evaluate ...
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Why doesn't the market capitalization of a company match its acquisition price during a takeover?

Amazon bought Whole Foods for $13.7B, but Whole Foods' market capitalization jumped to $17.6B. How are the shareholders of Whole Foods going to ultimately compensated? Do their shares turn into cash,...
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What is market capitalization? [duplicate]

I constantly hear the terms "small cap" and "large cap" while watching the financial channels on TV. What is meant by small/large market cap? How do they relate to a stock valuation?
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Biggest stock price gain vs. biggest mkt cap gain

I was perusing Google Finance and noticed that under the "Trends" tab in the third section, there are different companies listed under the biggest "stock price" change and biggest "market cap" change ...
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What does “marking down” a startup mean?

In this article, the article discusses fidelity marking down the value of tech startups. Based on context, it seems like somehow Fidelity has magically reduced the value of the startups, but this ...
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What does it mean for a company to have its market cap larger than the market size?

Let's say for example, the refrigerator market is sized at 10 million dollars (hypothetical example), if the market cap of a company is, say, 20 million, is it worth investing in the stock? Can it ...
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Google market cap

So I've always wondered about Google's market cap after the split. If class C (GOOG) is worth $495B and class A $495B shouldn't Google be worth $990B or am I getting it wrong?
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company market capitalization to total (annual) stock market capitalization [closed]

I have a panel dataset with 13 countries and 10 years (1999-2009). I'm trying to calculate share/percentage of the average firm market capitalization to average stock market capitalization for each ...
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How do I calculate what percentage of my portfolio is large-, mid- or small- cap?

I live in India, I've invested in some equity mutual funds (that invest in the domestic market). Each of them has some money in mid-cap stocks and some in large-cap. In fact, one of my funds was ...
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What's the most correct way to calculate market cap for multi-class companies?

Yahoo finance shows GOOG as having a market cap of $492.97B, while GOOGL has a market cap of $510.18B. What's Google's total market cap? Is it really $1,003B?
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Total market cap in country, and average p/e per country and continent(europe)

sorry I am not sure to post this question in quant stackexchange or in here. I have posted it previously in the below link https://quant.stackexchange.com/questions/18633/total-market-cap-in-country-...
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Why is Google's current nasdaq market cap almost twice the current share price * the No. of shares outstanding?

Shouldn't the market cap be exactly the current share price * the no. of shares outstanding? at the time of writing the share price is 537.37 and the no. of shares is 342.63 million, but the market ...
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What evidence or research suggests that mid- or small-capitalization stocks should perform better than large caps?

In my 401k I have always allocated a greater percentage of my portfolio into mid cap funds because they seem to be riskier and have a higher upside. Yet, as of the past year or so, the large cap funds ...
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What happens when a company stops trading? (pink sheets)

I've inherited many shares in a company traded on the pink sheets. Its market cap is lower than its assets. Many assets of its assets are quite boring (bonds). It does not carry debt. Because no ...
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Does a stock's price represent current liquidation of all shares?

For instance, if a stock is trading at 40 dollars per share, and there are one billion shares being traded, there will be a market capitalization of 40 billion dollars. Let's say the markets are ...
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Highest market cap for a company from historical data

I've been checking historical prices for some stocks at Google finance and Yahoo finance but something doesn't quite add up. Taking stock splits into account, Google finance "says" that Microsoft's ...
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When are equal-weighted index funds / ETFs preferable to market-cap-weighted funds?

Many stock index funds and ETFs are traditionally offered as market-capitalization weighted, because the constituent indexes are composed like that. I understand the capitalization weighting reduces ...
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What market conditions favor small cap stocks over medium cap stocks?

I want to understand the rationale to make the decisions to invest in small vs mid cap stocks. If there are any pointers for a non-finance expert, I will really appreciate it. Thanks, Geo