Home > Boards > Free Zone > User's Groups >

Sharing Knowledge in Smallcaps

RSS Feed
      Hide Sticky   Hide Intro
Moderator: Alydyr Assistants: timhyma, BullNBear52, rayrohn
Search This Board: 
Last Post: 5/9/2021 1:56:11 PM - Followers: 313 - Board type: Free - Posts Today: 0

Today's large cap can quickly become tomorrow's small cap. 

What size is "small"? There are many definitions. Some people define a small public company as one with a market cap under $1 billion. Others define small cap as under $2 billion. And there are yet other definitions. Over the last two decades the word "small" has come to mean larger and larger companies! To confuse matters, NASDAQ's small cap market system continues to list truly small public companies, many of which would be classified as nano-cap by the definitions, below. Here are some current definitions from Investopedia and Investor Words.

Market Cap Investopedia Investor Words
Mega-Cap over $200 billion over $250 billion
Large-Cap $10 billion - $200 billion. $5 billion - $250 billion
Mid-Cap $2 billion - $10 billion $1 billion - $5 billion
Small-Cap $300 million - $2 billion $250 million - $1 billion
Micro-Cap $50 million - $300 million under 250 million
Nano-Cap under $50 million --

Some T/A sites:
http://www.americanbulls.com/
http://www.stockta.com/
http://www.stockconsultant.com./

A screener that may be useful:
http://moneycentral.msn.com/investor/finder/deluxestockscreen.aspx?query=Institutional+Ownership+Up+....
http://www.secform4.com/index.php

Please- No Pink Sheet Stocks on the board.

PostSubject
#51254  Sticky Note Sears, the Original Everything Store, Files for Bankruptcy BullNBear52 10/15/18 01:58:39 PM
#51222  Sticky Note When you have two hours to spare. Well bar1080 07/29/18 09:24:45 PM
#52534   Commerce Secretary says ‘all hands on deck’ to BullNBear52 05/09/21 01:56:11 PM
#52533   SEC Chair Gary Gensler raises concerns about Robinhood, BullNBear52 05/06/21 08:46:53 AM
#52532   Plenty of youngsters are open to following straight bar1080 05/02/21 03:53:45 PM
#52531   It's hard to pick individual winners. I would BullNBear52 05/02/21 03:14:03 PM
#52530   I've noticed that every year, for the past BullNBear52 05/02/21 03:00:07 PM
#52529   Buffett used the early auto industry to show bar1080 05/02/21 02:47:07 PM
#52528   "energetic duo made a wave of headlines on bar1080 05/02/21 02:25:52 PM
#52527   This is the special lesson Warren Buffett gave BullNBear52 05/02/21 10:56:01 AM
#52526   Here’s a full recap of the best moments BullNBear52 05/02/21 10:36:20 AM
#52525   I think so too. My usual bet is BullNBear52 05/01/21 09:02:17 PM
#52524   I think I saved you a lot of EZ2 05/01/21 07:20:50 PM
#52523   Hurry~~window may shut quickly due to bet volume EZ2 05/01/21 06:34:18 PM
#52522   What kind of bet??? EZ2 05/01/21 06:12:53 PM
#52521   If you are around to place a bet, BullNBear52 05/01/21 06:00:47 PM
#52520   His bank account is joint with me. I BullNBear52 04/30/21 12:37:22 PM
#52519   Years ago I'd pass a major rail crossing bar1080 04/30/21 11:07:05 AM
#52518   One of the reasons is most companies use BullNBear52 04/30/21 10:28:49 AM
#52517   Free delivery. BullNBear52 04/29/21 07:05:21 PM
#52516   UPS soaring. FDX too. Why? bar1080 04/29/21 03:27:40 PM
#52515   So basically Barr obstructed justice as we are BullNBear52 04/28/21 05:14:33 PM
#52514   It has to piss the Fox News people BullNBear52 04/28/21 04:47:32 PM
#52513   My wife told me about the "Rudy Raid" bar1080 04/28/21 04:40:50 PM
#52512   It is getting better. BullNBear52 04/28/21 04:28:45 PM
#52511   You following the Giuliani news? It's like the bar1080 04/28/21 04:13:22 PM
#52510   When I started investing "Capital Preservation" was a bar1080 04/28/21 02:16:49 PM
#52509   Sounds like your FIL is pretty smart. BullNBear52 04/28/21 01:47:26 PM
#52508   Ok. LOL. I've become increasingly anti-dividend over the bar1080 04/28/21 01:25:25 PM
#52507   Fidelity. BullNBear52 04/28/21 12:50:18 PM
#52506   FIDO? bar1080 04/28/21 12:43:04 PM
#52505   FIL equals father in law. BullNBear52 04/28/21 12:37:09 PM
#52504   FIL? How did that account earn 5%? bar1080 04/28/21 12:21:55 PM
#52503   A Coinbase-backed start-up quietly powering the NFT boom BullNBear52 04/28/21 10:52:53 AM
#52502   Boeing posts sixth consecutive quarterly loss, expects turning BullNBear52 04/28/21 10:12:18 AM
#52501   Thoma Bravo’s $12.3 billion purchase of Proofpoint is BullNBear52 04/26/21 05:41:44 PM
#52500   The average American’s net worth is $748,800—here’s how BullNBear52 04/22/21 09:41:02 AM
#52499   SPAC transactions come to a halt amid SEC BullNBear52 04/21/21 09:22:56 AM
#52498   Big bank stocks are ‘dirt cheap’ after posting BullNBear52 04/16/21 10:13:42 AM
#52497   IRS is probing the dark web to look BullNBear52 04/14/21 10:53:14 AM
#52496   JPMorgan Chase beats profit estimates on strong trading, BullNBear52 04/14/21 09:12:59 AM
#52495   How Asia came to dominate chipmaking and what BullNBear52 04/12/21 09:33:43 AM
#52494   Have you followed my running battle regarding Bitcoins? BullNBear52 04/12/21 09:03:40 AM
#52493   S&P 500 hits another all-time high as Big BullNBear52 04/08/21 10:21:04 AM
#52492   NYC is still in doubt but I just BullNBear52 04/07/21 01:32:34 PM
#52491   Awesome !!!! +++ EZ2 04/07/21 12:34:13 PM
#52490   Check is in the mail. BullNBear52 04/07/21 11:58:51 AM
#52489   Winner WINNER chicken dinner ~~~~ was shocked to EZ2 04/07/21 11:31:32 AM
#52488   I use an investment advisor that is local BullNBear52 03/31/21 10:51:07 AM
#52487   Wow, the ishares Core S&P mid-cap index fund bar1080 03/31/21 10:31:08 AM
#52486   I have a couple of ETFs in banks. BullNBear52 03/31/21 10:15:52 AM
#52485   Goldman Sachs is close to offering bitcoin and BullNBear52 03/31/21 10:13:40 AM
PostSubject
Consent Preferences