Median market cap

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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According to a recent report, in 2006 the median market cap of a public company involved in a merger or acquisition that became embroiled in a lawsuit was $1.
The presenting companies were carefully selected by ROTH's research team and represent a median market cap of approximately $300 million.
ATLANTA -- According to a new Ernst & Young LLP year-end analysis of companies in the Russell 2000 Index, the smallest market cap and the median market cap both continued to decrease since the reconstitution in 2008, while the largest companies remained relatively stable.
The average marketing cap for presenting publically-traded companies is $435M, with a median market cap of $139M.
This closely mirrors the average and median market cap for the proposed Russell Microcap(tm)Index, which is expected to be around $277 million and $176 million respectively.
Hewitt's "Hot Topics in Executive Compensation" study is based on 117 companies with a median market cap of more than $11 billion.
This closely mirrors the average and median market cap for the proposed Russell Microcap(tm)Index which is expected to be around $277 million and $176 million respectively.