Market Cap

= Number of shares * Price per share

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An important consideration for liquidity purposes. Whilst some businesses may show all the characteristics of an excellent investment, the small size of a business can sometimes prove a limiting investment factor. We only want to spend time researching businesses whose shares we can actually buy and sell.

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Helping clients understand what we do is key to building relationships. To explain some of the industry jargon that creeps into our world, we’ve pulled together a section of our site to help.


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