Median market cap

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Median market cap

The midpoint of market capitalization (market price multiplied by the number of shares outstanding) of the stocks in a portfolio. Half the stocks in the portfolio will have higher market capitalizations; half will have lower.

Median Market Cap

A market capitalization figure where half of the securities in a portfolio have a higher market capitalization and half have a lower one.
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The Russell 2000 measures the performance of the 2,000 smallest companies included in the Russell 3000 -- companies with a median market capitalization of approximately $410 million.
which is based in Minnesota, USA) and a median market capitalization of US$32 billion.
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Management will strive to maintain a diversified portfolio of micro-cap stocks with a median market capitalization of $50 to $100 million.
As of the latest reconstitution, the median market capitalization was approximately $842 million.
Multi-cap funds typically have between 25% to 75% of their assets invested in companies with market capitalizations (on a three-year weighted basis) above 300% of dollar-weighted median market capitalization of the middle 1,000 securities of the S&P SuperComposite 1500 Index.
In keeping with Vanguard's current policies, fund characteristics, including price-earnings, median market capitalization, and sector allocations, will be updated as of month-end and available on Vanguard.
The new Index will have a weighted average market capitalization of approximately $60 billion, with a median market capitalization of $2.
15, the index had average and median market capitalizations of $362.