What is Free Float Market Capitalization? - Method & Examples


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Total number of shares outstanding minus shares unavailable for public trading equals _____.

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1. Free float market capitalization is less than which of these?

2. XYZ Corporation has a share price of 50 and a total of 100,000 shares outstanding. Its market capitalization is:

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Check your understanding of free float market capitalization by using the quiz and worksheet. You need to know how to find the free float adjusted market cap in order to do well on the quiz.

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  • Calculating the free float adjusted market cap
  • The market cap divided by the total market cap of the index
  • Calculating market capitalization

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  • The purpose of a stock index
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