The price of an asset (usually current price) divided by the net income it generates in a given period of time. Usually refers to rental property, for which the time periodover which this multiple is considered is generally a month. It is a useful measure for judging how effective an asset is at generating income, compared to its market price. market capitalization(market cap)
On-going market valuation of a public firm (whose shares are publicly traded) computed by multiplying the number of outstanding shares (held by the shareholders) with the currentper share market price. It is, however, not necessarily the price a buyer would pay for the entire firm. And is not a realistic estimate of the firm's actual size, because a share's market price isbased on trading in only a fraction of the firm's total outstanding shares.
Sum of the current market value of all securities traded on a financial market.
market capitalization (marketcap) is in the Securities & Futures Trading subject.
market capitalization (market cap) appears in the definitions of the following terms: price to cashflow ratio, Wilshire stock indexes [orindices], Nikkei stock average, large capitalization stock, microcap.
Middle ground in decision making, between total assent and total disagreement. Consensus depends onparticipants having shared values and goals, and on having broad agreement on specific issues and overall direction. Consensus implies that everyone accepts and supports the decision, and understands thereasons for making it. See also collective responsibility.
consensus is in the Decision Making, Problem Solving, & Strategy subject.
consensus appears in the definitions of the following terms: theoryZ, delphi method, standards, green paper and collective responsibility.
The buying of advertising space from a company operating media properties. The cost of a media buy varies...