Market Capitalization

In finance, market capitalization is the total value of all assets that are held by a company or individual as cash and investments minus any liabilities.

When market capitalization is calculated, it is important to understand how assets and liabilities are compared because different measures can produce different results.

For example, if a company has a $10 million in cash and no liabilities, then its market capitalization would be $10 million.

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