[ mahy-kroh-kap ]
/ ˈmaɪ kroʊˌkæp /
designating a company, or a mutual fund that invests in companies, with a very small market capitalization, usually under $250 million.
The Irritating History Of ALL CAPSWhat’s up with ALL CAPS? You’re reading an email from a friend one morning, casually sipping a cup of joe, when all of a sudden, BAM. There it is. “I’ve been working WAY TOO MUCH lately, but I’m hanging in there. Dinner Friday?” Wait a minute is that— *Gasp* IT IS. AGH! ALL CAPS! Is that how you’d react in IRL? Probably not, but for …
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