A term used for companies with a market cap of between $2 and $10 billion. These Middle Capitalization companies fall between large capitalization (or companies with <$10 billion market cap) and small capitalization (or companies with $300 million – $2 billion market cap). Mid-cap companies are appealing to many investors, as they may be viewed as being mid-growth curve and thus seen to have the potential to return increased profits as they grow in market share and productivity.
We don't know everything about the markets. We're just devoted to learners. Taken from those smarter than ourselves, here's how we define Mid Cap.