What do you mean by “Small-cap” and “Mid-cap” companies?

“Cap” refers to market capitalization of a company. To calculate a company's market capitalization, multiply the total number of a company's outstanding shares by the current price to share. 

Swell uses the same market cap thresholds as the Russell Indexes: "Small-cap" is approximately $132.9 million to $2.9 billion, "Mid-cap" is approximately $2.9 billion to $26.3 billion, "Large-cap" is approximately $26.3 billion to $549 billion. 

 

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