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Market cap is the total amount shares times the current price of the stock. This is important to know because many traders and investor categorize companies by their market cap.

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The most popular of the capitalizations is the large cap stocks, which are the Apples and Facebooks of the world. These companies are the ones that many people invest and trade in because they are most familiar with their brand and what they do. If you look at the Dow Jones Industrial Average, these are all large cap stocks. The S&P 500 is also made up of some large cap stocks.


Watch out for price decline

Please consider monitoring Goldplay Mining on a daily basis if you are holding a position in it. Goldplay Mining is trading at a penny-stock level, and the possibility of delisting is much higher compared to other otcs. However, just because the otc pink sheet is trading under one dollar, does not mean it will be marked for deletion. Most exchanges require public instruments, such as Goldplay Mining stock to be traded above the $1 level to remain listed. If Goldplay Mining otc pink sheet price falls below $1 for 30 consecutive trading days, the exchange can delist it. Once the company reaches this point, they will be sent an initial price violation notice directly from an exchange.

How does Goldplay utilize its cash?

To perform a cash flow analysis of Goldplay Mining, investors first need to understand how to read the cash flow statement. A cash flow statement shows the amount of cash Goldplay Mining is receiving and how much cash it distributes out in a given period. The Goldplay Mining cash flow statement breaks down these inflows and outflows into different buckets, including operating activities, investing activities, and financing activities.

Taking the next step, there is the mid cap stocks, which many are companies that we may have heard of but are unsure what they do. Mid cap stocks are still solid companies and many have been around for quite some time, but it also could include some newer companies with stock prices that are lower. People who are willing to take on a little more risk for potentially more return on their investment, the mid cap level is the place to look.

Then there is small and micro cap stocks, which are companies who are very small compared and have low stock prices typically. These companies are smaller and typically do not have the reputation of being a sturdy investment. However, the potential for serious returns is there, but the risk level here is the greatest at this level looking at the capitalization levels.

When you are building a portfolio or looking at funds, it is important to stop and think how much of each level you want in your portfolio. Someone who is just starting out may be more apt to look at the mid and small cap area because it can generate greater returns and the risk tolerance is greater when first starting out. If it is towards the end of your investing life, you may want to stick with large cap stocks as these are the most likely to perform well.

Be sure to take a look at your current portfolio holdings and see how they are allocated among the three different capitalization levels and see if you are comfortable with where they line up. If you are unable to take the time, you may be interested in putting your money in mutual funds that cover these three areas as they can give you sector exposure without the company specific risk. Take the time and understand each area and see if you could reallocate your portfolio to limit risk and grow returns.

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