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Medium-cap

A company with a 

Market capitalization

 of over $1 billion, but below $5 billion (a company with a 

Market capitalization

 over $250 billion is a giant or mega 

Cap

 company). There is not exact criteria for using 

Market

 caps to classify companies, but the general rules of thumb are : a micro 

Cap

 company has a capitalization of under $250 million; a small 

Cap

 company has a 

Market capitalization

 between $250 million and $1 billion; a medium 

Cap

 company has a market 

Cap

 of between $1 billion and $5 billion; a large 

Cap

 company has a capitalization between $5 billion and $250 billion, and companies with even larger capitalizations are mega caps. When calculating the 

Market

 caps of foreign companies who have issued ADRs in the US, only the outstanding 

ADR

 shares are considered, not the shares issued by that company in other countries. also called midcap.



Related Terms: 17

ADR

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Bill

,

Capital

,

Call

,

Cap

,

Class

,

Large cap

,

Low

,

Market capitalization

,

Market cap

,

Micro cap

,

Mill

,

Market

,

Outstanding

,

Share

,

Sue

,

Small cap


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10-K

,

52-week low

,

12b-1 funds

,

30-day wash rule

,

Allowance for depreciation

,

Accrual of discount

,

Accrued market discount

,

Amortization of premium

,

At par

,

All or any part

,

At best

,

At call

,

ADR

,

American Depositary Share

,

All-risks coverage

,

At risk

,

Asset class

,

Add-on service

,

Abstract of title

,

Action to quiet title

,

As is

,

Assignment to creditors

,

Attorney in fact

,

Assignment of mortgage

,

A shares

,

Assets under management

,

Average price per share

,

At the money

,

Across the board

,

Additional paid-in capital

,

Ad valorem

,

Active market

,

Against the box

,

At the bell

,

At the close

,

At the figure

,

At the full

,

At the market

,

At the opening order

,

Auction market

,

Automated Pricing and Reporting System

,

Away from the market

,

Below the line

,

Books of final entry

,

Books of original entry

,

Book value per share

,

Bank holding company

,

Banking Act of 1933

,

Below par

,

Bid-to-cover ratio

,

Bill

,

Bill pass

,

Bond market

,

Bureau of Public Debt

,

Brought over the wall

,

Buying on margin

,

Buy on close

,

Buy on opening

,

Buy the book

,

Basic earnings per share

,

Balance of payments

,

Bear market

,

Board of Governors

,

Bulldog market

,

Break-even analysis

,

Breaking the syndicate

,

Bill of exchange

,

Bill of sale

,

Breach of trust

,

By the book

,

Bailing out

,

Business finance companies

,

B shares

,

Buy and write

,

Bearer share

,

Bonus share

,

Buy-side

,

Break-even tax rate

,

Breadth-of-market theory

,

Beat the gun

,

Bull market

,

Capital

,

Capital appreciation

,

Capital asset

,

Capital efficiency

,

Capital expenditure

,

Capital growth

,

Capital investment

,

Capital liability

,

Capital loss

,

Capital resource

,

Cost Of Goods Sold

,

Cost of sales

,

Call

,

Call date

,

Called away

,

Called bond

,

Call price

,

Call protection

,

Call risk

,

Cap

,

Capital market

,

Capital structure

,

Certificate of Participation

,

Class

,

Committee on Uniform Securities Identification Procedures

,

Current issue

,

Current market value

,

Call money rate

,

Closed out

,

Code of procedure

,

Customer protection rule

,

Capitalization of income

,

Capitalization rate

,

Cap rate

,

Capital account

,

Capital consumption allowance

,

Capital formation

,

Cost of Living Adjustment

,

Cost-of-living index

,

Council of Economic Advisers

,

Cash and carry trade

,

Cash market

,

Chasing the market

,

Cheapest to deliver

,

Chicago Board of Trade

,

Commodities Exchange Act

,

Contract market

,

Cost-of-living rider

,

Capital budget

,

Capital gains distribution

,

Certificate of stock

,

Cost of carry

,

Certificate of title

,

Class action suit

,

Contract for deed

,

Cancellation of debt

,

Cash-out refinancing

,

Certificate of Claim

,

Cost of debt capital

,

Cost of funds

,

Crowding out

,

Controlled company

,

Capital appreciation fund

,

Closed-end investment company

,

C shares

,

Call option

,

Call ratio backspread

,

Call swaption

,

Class of options

,

Close to the money

,

Covered call

,

Certificate of Occupancy

,

Cloud on title

,

Cash or Deferred Arrangement

,

Capital Asset Pricing Model

,

Capital commitment

,

Capitalization weighted index

,

Choice market

,

Class A Shares

,

Class B Shares

,

Contributed capital

,

Crash of 1929

,

Crash of 1987

,

Capital gains tax

,

Capital loss carryover

,

Child and dependent care credit

,

Coefficient of determination

,

Cup and handle

,

Certificate of delivery

,

Close a position

,

Close market

,

Close out

,

Continuous market

,

Cornering the market

,

Curbs in

,

Curbs out

,

Corporate venture capital

,

Days Sales Outstanding

,

Deposit in transit

,

Date of issue

,

Date of payment

,

Dealer market

,

Debt capital

,

Debt market

,

Division of Enforcement

,

Division of Investment Management

,

Division of Market Regulation

,

Do Not Reduce

,

Date of record

,

Dividend in arrears

,

Desk (the)

,

Division of labor

,

Directed share program

,

De-escalation clause

,

De facto

,

Doing business as

,

Durable Power of Attorney

,

Date of maturity

,

Debtor in possession

,

Debtor-in-possession financing

,

Deed of Release

,

Deed of Trust

,

Discharge of bankruptcy

,

Discharge of lien

,

Due-on-sale clause

,

Deep in the money

,

Deep out of the money

,

Deed of Surrender

,

Department of Housing and Urban Development

,

Dogs of the Dow

,

Daily low

,

Deep market

,

Depth of market

,

Double auction market

,

Due bill

,

Eurodollar certificate of deposit

,

Exact interest

,

Escrowed to maturity

,

Ex-legal

,

External market

,

Either-or order

,

Edge Act

,

E-mini

,

Exchange for futures

,

Exchange for physical

,

Exchange of spot

,

Ex-pit transaction

,

Emerging market

,

Ex-all

,

Ex-warrants

,

Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974

,

Equity capital

,

Ex-rights

,

Ex-rights date

,

Even lot

,

Even spread

,

Even up

,

Financial capital

,

First In First Out

,

Federal Savings and Loan Association

,

First call date

,

Flight to quality

,

Flow of funds

,

Federal Call

,

Fill or kill

,

Front-ending an order

,

Foreign currency option

,

Foreign exchange

,

Foreign exchange rate

,

Fractional share

,

Forward P/E

,

Fully diluted earnings per share

,

Factors of production

,

Favorable balance of trade

,

Foreign Debt

,

Free market

,

Free market price

,

Foreign corporation

,

Foreign direct investment

,

Fee-for-service

,

Fair market value

,

Form 8-K

,

Form S-1

,

Friends and family offering

,

Fully distributed issue

,

Fair Credit Reporting Act

,

Fair Debt Collection Practices Act

,

Finance company

,

Full faith and credit

,

Family of funds

,

Fund of funds

,

Free and clear

,

Federal Insurance Contributions Act

,

Free right of exchange

,

Federal ID Number

,

Fourth market

,

General Obligation Bond

,

General account

,

General Securities Representative Examination

,

Glass-Steagall Act

,

G-7

,

General Accounting Office

,

General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade

,

G-8

,

General lien

,

General mortgage

,

Growth and income fund

,

Gather in the stops

,

Graveyard market

,

Hart-Scott-Rodino Act of 1976

,

Hit the bid

,

House call

,

House of issue

,

Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act

,

Holding company

,

Hot issue

,

Holder in due course

,

Hang out loan

,

Home equity line of credit

,

Home Mortgage Disclosure Act

,

HUD-1 statement

,

Housing Market Index

,

Head and shoulders

,

High-low index

,

Hammering the market

,

Held at the opening

,

Holding the market

,

In escrow

,

Invested capital

,

Investment bill

,

Issue date

,

In-house

,

Investment Advisor Act of 1940

,

Investment Company Act of 1940

,

In line

,

Inefficient market

,

Inverted market

,

Internal market

,

Identified shares

,

Inside market

,

Insider Trading sanctions Act of 1984

,

Internal Rate of Return

,

Indication of interest

,

In intestacy

,

Interest-only loan

,

Interest rate cap

,

In play

,

In-process research and development

,

Institutional shares

,

Investment company

,

I/O strip

,

Interest-only strip

,

In-service withdrawal

,

Income exclusion rule

,

Imbalance of orders

,

Imperfect market

,

In and out

,

In sympathy

,

In the tank

,

Invisible venture capital

,

Jointly and severally

,

Jumping the gun

,

Joint and several liability

,

Joint and survivor annuity

,

Joint Stock Company

,

Knock-out option

,

Last In First Out

,

Lender of last resort

,

Law of one price

,

Lending at a rate

,

Limit-on-close order

,

Local bill

,

Long Market Value

,

Law of demand

,

Law of supply

,

London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange

,

Limited company

,

Letter of comment

,

Lifetime cap

,

Line of credit

,

Loan-to-cost

,

Loan-to-value

,

Lock-in

,

Large cap

,

Leading the market

,

Limited Liability Company

,

Locked in

,

Long-term gain or loss

,

Level I quotes

,

Liquid market

,

Locked market

,

Low

,

Mutual company

,

Market basket

,

Market capitalization

,

Market conversion price

,

Medium-term

,

Medium-term bond

,

Maintenance call

,

Make a market

,

Margin call

,

Market if touched order

,

Market letter

,

Market maker

,

Market maker spread

,

Market on close order

,

Market order

,

Mark-to-market

,

Medium of exchange

,

Marginal propensity to consume

,

Market economy

,

Market rate

,

Money at call

,

Management company

,

Market cap

,

Medium-cap

,

Micro cap

,

Mid cap

,

Market neutral

,

Market portfolio

,

Market timer

,

Market timing

,

Micro-hedge

,

Mill

,

Mill rate

,

Market analysis

,

Market

,

Market inefficiency

,

Market opening

,

Market return

,

Market-share weighted index

,

Market surveillance

,

Market-value weighted index

,

Market Volatility Index

,

Mixed market

,

Negotiable certificate of deposit

,

Negotiable Order of Withdrawal

,

National Market System

,

Nine-Bond Rule

,

Notice of Sale

,

National Association of Securities Dealers

,

National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations system

,

Net capital ratio

,

No limit order

,

No quote

,

Normal market

,

No-Fault

,

New issue

,

No-Action Letter

,

Null and void

,

No-lien affidavit

,

Notice of Default

,

No-load

,

Naked call

,

National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts

,

Nasdaq Small Cap Market

,

No-load stock

,

Nominal capital

,

Narrow market

,

National Market Advisory Board

,

Negotiated market

,

No book

,

Off the books

,

Other current assets

,

Other long term liabilities

,

Office of Thrift Supervision

,

Original Issue Discount

,

Out-of-favor

,

Outstanding

,

Over-the-Counter

,

On-floor order

,

On margin

,

Or better

,

Other income

,

Open market operation

,

Offshore company

,

One-share one-vote rule

,

Original issue stock

,

Opinion of title

,

On account

,

On-the-spot loan

,

Open-end management company

,

Out of the money

,

Old age, survivors, and disability insurance

,

On-balance volume

,

On close

,

On open

,

On the opening

,

Open market

,

Operationally efficient market

,

Outside market

,

Permanent capital

,

Pooling of interests

,

Profit and loss statement

,

Payment-in-kind security

,

Premium over bond value

,

Premium over conversion value

,

Price Value of a Basis Point

,

Provisional call feature

,

Payment for order flow

,

Preference shares

,

Preferred shares

,

P&L

,

Primary earnings per share

,

Provision for income taxes

,

Physical market

,

Primary market

,

Public company

,

Pour-over will

,

Power of Attorney

,

Prioritization of debt

,

Private Market Value

,

Prudent Expert Act

,

Paid-in capital

,

Paid-in surplus

,

Percent held by institutions

,

Private company

,

Private Investment in Public Equity

,

Perfect capital market

,

Preservation of capital

,

Point-and-figure chart

,

Painting the tape

,

Plus tick rule

,

Priced out

,

Put/call ratio

,

Qualifying share

,

Reports and Records

,

Return of capital

,

Return on Capital

,

Return on Invested Capital

,

Return on Total Assets

,

Reading the tape

,

Regulation D

,

Regulation G

,

Regulation T

,

Regulation U

,

Round of funding

,

Rule 10b-6

,

Rule 15c3-1

,

Rule 19c3

,

Rule 405

,

Rule 415

,

Rules of Fair Practice

,

Rate of exchange

,

Reciprocal of European terms

,

Regulated investment company

,

Redeemable shares

,

Red herring

,

Registered Company

,

Regulation A

,

Reverse Take-Over

,

Right of first refusal

,

Right of rescission

,

Right to Know

,

Regulation Z

,

Revolving line of credit

,

Right of recourse

,

Roll over

,

Rule of 78

,

Right of redemption

,

Retirement Equity Act of 1984

,

Return on Capital Employed

,

Rate of return

,

Real rate of return

,

Rule 13d

,

Risk capital

,

Selling, General and Administrative Expenses

,

SG&A

,

Savings and Loan

,

Sight letter of credit

,

S&L

,

Secondary market

,

Securities and Exchange Commission

,

Series EE bond

,

Segregation of securities

,

Sell-side analyst

,

Sell the book

,

Small Order Execution System

,

Suitability Rules

,

Standard of living

,

Supply-side economics

,

Spot market

,

Sponsored ADR

,

Second-to-die insurance

,

Stock life insurance company

,

Share

,

Stock market

,

Severally but not jointly

,

Small corporate offering registration

,

Statute of Limitations

,

Sue

,

Sale and leaseback

,

Satisfaction of debt

,

Secondary mortgage market

,

Share appreciation mortgage

,

Staggered board of directors

,

Selling the spread

,

Short market value

,

Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees

,

Share price

,

Small cap

,

Selling short against the box

,

Shorting against the box

,

Short sale rule

,

S Corporation

,

Short-term gain or loss

,

Sin tax

,

Subchapter M

,

Subchapter S Corporation

,

Schedule C

,

Securities Act of 1933

,

Securities Acts Amendments of 1975

,

Securities Exchange Act of 1934

,

Seek a market

,

Short swing rules

,

Small investor

,

Specialist market

,

S&P phenomenon

,

Stop and reverse

,

Stopped out

,

Seed capital

,

T-Bill

,

Term to maturity

,

Treasury Bill

,

Take a position

,

Two-sided market

,

Two-way market

,

Trailing P/E

,

Tenancy by the entirety

,

Trust company

,

Truth in Lending

,

Tenancy at will

,

Title company

,

Top hat plan

,

The Street

,

Timing the market

,

Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997

,

Tax Reform Act of 1986

,

Tax Reform Act of 1993

,

Top out

,

Take a bath

,

Thin market

,

Third market

,

Tight market

,

Transparent market

,

U.S. Government Agency Security

,

U.S. Savings Bond

,

U.S. Treasury

,

U.S. Treasury Bill

,

U.S. Treasury Bond

,

U.S. Treasury Note

,

U.S. Treasury Securities

,

Unseasoned issue

,

Uniform Securities Act

,

Unsponsored ADR

,

Uncovered call

,

Unit of trade

,

Unit of trading

,

Venture capital

,

Venture capital limited partnership

,

Working capital

,

With interest

,

Williams Act

,

Waiver of premium

,

Working capital loan

,

Widow-and-orphan stock

,

W-2 Form

,

Wash sale rule

,

W formation

,

Weak market

,

When, as, and if issued

,

When issued

,

Wide market

,

X or XD

,

Year-over-year

,

Year-To-Date

,

Yankee bond market

,

Yield to call

,

Yield to maturity

,

Yield to worst

,

Y shares

,

Z shares


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