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Last Post: 11/18/2019 8:35:15 AM - Followers: 312 - Board type: Free - Posts Today: 1

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.

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#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
#51761   Ford unveils Mustang Mach-E starting at roughly $44,000 BullNBear52 11/18/19 08:35:15 AM
#51760   His stupidity finally caught up with him. BullNBear52 11/15/19 01:27:13 PM
#51759   Adios Roger Stone. That didn't take long. bar1080 11/15/19 12:12:01 PM
#51758   Where have we heard this before? BullNBear52 11/15/19 09:38:48 AM
#51757   Translated, no more rate cuts. BullNBear52 11/13/19 09:38:37 AM
#51756   "Inflation perkier than expected in October" bar1080 11/13/19 09:20:28 AM
#51755   I mostly follow the 2-year and 5-year T-rates. bar1080 11/08/19 07:36:29 PM
#51754   Rates surge with the 10-year Treasury yield jumping BullNBear52 11/07/19 02:36:11 PM
#51753   I did have to scramble to field a BullNBear52 11/07/19 09:14:14 AM
#51752   Only 1 game, Pete. They'll EZ2 11/07/19 07:27:41 AM
#51751   Uber CEO: ‘We are very, very, very different BullNBear52 11/06/19 02:54:41 PM
#51750   Xerox has made a cash-and-stock offer for HP, BullNBear52 11/06/19 10:45:15 AM
#51749   Boeing CEO says company will more readily ground BullNBear52 11/06/19 10:10:41 AM
#51748   Guess that's sorta helping me even tho I bar1080 11/05/19 01:50:14 PM
#51747   BAC has been very good to me lately. BullNBear52 11/05/19 09:56:37 AM
#51746   Pats suck. BullNBear52 11/05/19 09:55:54 AM
#51745   GM --- hey, it is what it is. EZ2 10/30/19 06:12:21 AM
#51744   They're still all over, except apparently not in bar1080 10/29/19 01:21:50 PM
#51743   In fiery Senate hearing, Boeing tells lawmakers that BullNBear52 10/29/19 12:40:56 PM
#51742   LOL. Does Jack in the Box still exist? BullNBear52 10/29/19 11:29:49 AM
#51741   Remember what fake meat did to Jack In bar1080 10/29/19 11:09:13 AM
#51740   The SKI alias through me off. I should BullNBear52 10/29/19 11:08:06 AM
#51739   So much for the fake hamburgers. BullNBear52 10/29/19 11:03:11 AM
#51738   don't forget your TROJANS !!! ;-) EZ2 10/29/19 07:13:28 AM
#51737   You're not in the FFB league this year BullNBear52 10/28/19 09:58:33 AM
#51736   Deutsche Bank downgrades Ford after automaker slashes year-end BullNBear52 10/24/19 10:14:15 AM
#51735   Tesla shares pop the most in 6 years BullNBear52 10/24/19 10:09:56 AM
#51734   Virgin Galactic set to trade on the NYSE BullNBear52 10/24/19 09:31:19 AM
#51733   This is one hell of a parachute. Why BullNBear52 10/23/19 09:28:22 AM
#51732   :-D Standings..Rank..Pick Set Name..Total Pts EZ2 10/21/19 01:49:36 PM
#51731   Gotta say Bernie looks great. More energetic. Maybe bar1080 10/19/19 05:35:20 PM
#51730   I'm picking up 8% a year since I BullNBear52 10/13/19 09:32:44 AM
#51729   SS annual cost of living adjustments: bar1080 10/12/19 07:35:08 PM
#51728   If you're healthy that's probably the smart thing bar1080 10/12/19 07:19:29 PM
#51727   I'll be 68 this coming February. I think BullNBear52 10/12/19 06:49:00 PM
#51726   "Social Security Announces 1.6% Benefit Increase for 2020" bar1080 10/12/19 06:33:36 PM
#51725   "Social Security Announces 1.6% Benefit Increase for 2020" bar1080 10/12/19 06:33:36 PM
#51724   The father of the yield curve indicator says BullNBear52 10/08/19 11:39:53 AM
#51723   GE to freeze pension plans for about 20,000 BullNBear52 10/07/19 09:10:34 AM
#51722   Andrew Yang says the wealth tax proposals from BullNBear52 10/02/19 10:49:20 AM
#51721   Ford’s third-quarter auto sales fall 4.9% from last year BullNBear52 10/02/19 09:55:38 AM
#51720   The end of commissions for stock trading is BullNBear52 10/02/19 08:38:23 AM
#51719   The problem is it is a global economy BullNBear52 10/01/19 01:23:37 PM
#51718   Hmmmm, I think we have some business EZ2 10/01/19 09:56:31 AM
#51717   Let's see if this works. BullNBear52 10/01/19 09:48:46 AM
#51715   I haven't spent a nickel on trading in bar1080 10/01/19 09:25:44 AM
#51714   Charles Schwab is ending commissions on stock trading BullNBear52 10/01/19 09:06:54 AM
#51713   Kicking myself for never picking up an electric utility bar1080 09/29/19 09:09:00 AM
#51712   Since Trump is having a completely shitty day BullNBear52 09/25/19 01:32:33 PM
#51711   Is Sept over yet? BullNBear52 09/21/19 11:57:31 AM
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