Free Float Market Cap

#1
If the value of free Float Market Cap for a particular scrip decreases from the previous day, does it necessarily mean somebody has bought those shares and are still holding them?
 

TradeOptions

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#2
If the value of free Float Market Cap for a particular scrip decreases from the previous day, does it necessarily mean somebody has bought those shares and are still holding them?
Please explain your question in more detail.
The value of free float market cap, as well as total market cap, will go down with every drop in the price of the scrip and it will go up with every increase in the price of the scrip.

This does not indicate anything about someone buying and holding the scrip etc.
 
#3
Please explain your question in more detail.
The value of free float market cap, as well as total market cap, will go down with every drop in the price of the scrip and it will go up with every increase in the price of the scrip.

This does not indicate anything about someone buying and holding the scrip etc.
How to precisely know What happened for the case of SBI given that free float mkt cap for SBI was 80,761.92 on Friday and 79,869.09 on Monday.
 

jagankris

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#5
How to precisely know What happened for the case of SBI given that free float mkt cap for SBI was 80,761.92 on Friday and 79,869.09 on Monday.
There is no way to know what happened precisely.

FFM = stock price * (stocks available freely for trading) = excluding the promoter holdings/govy holdings.

So FFM depends on the stock price as well.
On Mondays close was less than Fridays close and hence a dip in FFM.

Promoters holding is updated in NSE quarterly I guess.
If NSE updates this more frequently (daily basis) then we can know if promoters dumping/accumulating shares which IMO they should do.
 

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