Company’s market capitalisation (market cap) represents value of publicly traded outstanding shares ☓ share price. It’s easier than you think. Here’s a few examples.

Market capitalisation is a game where buyers (investors) believe that company shares will cost more in future. If prediction is right then decent profits could be made. But when prediction is wrong (sadly price dropped) then investors prefer to hold that stock for long time with believe , that it will bounce back. Most of new investors don’t educate themselves and lose money. New investors falling in trap of advertisers: “became rich fast”, “earn passive income”, “quit your 9-5 job”, “be your own boss”, etc. In order to learn investment strategies you’ll need to study a lot and pay attention to huge number of news.

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