Nano Cap

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Nano Cap

Describing a publicly-traded company with an extremely low amount of market capitalization. In general, a nano-cap company has a market capitalization of less than $50 million, but there is no specific definition. Some brokerages or exchanges have slightly different definitions of nano-cap. Nano-cap describes the smallest possible amount of market capitalization, and, for this reason, nano-cap stocks are quite risky. See also: High-cap, Mid-cap, Low-cap, Micro-cap.
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Sonkin has joined the firm as portfolio manager, non-market correlated investments, stubs and spin-offs, focusing on micro and nano-cap stocks.
Gilbert specializes in working with institutional investors for small cap, Micro-Cap and Nano-Cap stocks as well as the totality of the market including Mega-Caps, Large Caps and Mid-Caps, too.
will take an in-depth look at the effect of market structure changes on the small-, micro- or nano-cap companies, and at remedies for the problems small-cap companies face.
StreetCapital is a privately owned investment banking firm headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia that concentrates on providing unique and creative financial solutions to promising public and private companies spanning the small-cap, micro-cap and nano-cap markets.
The Investor Relations Group (IRG) is a full-service company that offers nano-cap, micro-cap and small-cap companies the equivalent of in-house, large-cap financial communications counsel and service.
Michael Traina, the Company's Chairman and CEO, said, "The current financial environment has been very difficult for micro- and nano-cap companies like ClearPoint.
Cogent Capital is a full service investment banking firm established in 1995 for nano-cap companies.
But more than that, I believe DSM is trailblazing a new way for emerging companies -- I categorize them as nano-cap or sub-micro companies -- to reach independent investors," he added.