The market capitalization, or market cap, of a stock is a measure of the value of a company as determined by the stock market. It is calculated by multiplying the total number of outstanding shares of a company's stock by the current market price per share.
The market cap is an important indicator of a company's size and can be used to compare the relative value of different stocks. A company with a higher market cap is generally considered to be more established and financially stable than a company with a lower market cap.
However, it is important to note that the market cap does not necessarily reflect the intrinsic value of a company or its future growth prospects. A company with a high market cap may be overvalued by the market, while a company with a low market cap may be undervalued.
Upper Limit Market Cap alerts are triggered when a stock's market cap rises above a predetermined maximum value.
Lower Limit Market Cap alerts are triggered when a stock's market cap falls below a predetermined maximum value.
Market Cap Percent Change Alert alerts are triggered when a stock's market cap changes by a certain percentage from the market cap at the time the alert was set.
Market Cap Change Alert alerts are triggered when a stock's market cap changes by a certain amount from the market cap at the time the alert was set.
With Stock Alarm you can set market cap alerts on stocks, etfs, crypto, indices, commodities, and more. When your alert triggers you will receive a notification via push notification, email, phone call, or text message.
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