|Understanding a company's market capitalization — market cap for short — is critical for investors:
Many "novice" investors will take a look at one stock trading at $10 and another stock trading at $20 and mistakenly think the latter
company is worth twice as much! Of course, to compare the value of two stocks properly, one must also know how many
shares outstanding there are for each of the two companies in question. Then, for each company, multiplying the stock price by the number of outstanding
shares results in the market cap for that company. Over the course of time, via movement of a company's stock price, the
issuance of new shares, or the repurchase of existing shares, a company's market cap can fluctuate meaningfully throughout history. Our website
aims to empower investors by enabling them to research the market cap history for any stock in our coverage universe.
To begin, choose a company from one of the lists on this page, or enter the stock symbol into the box at the top of the page menu.
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