You can calculate the shares outstanding by taking the total shares issued minus the number of treasury shares that have been repurchased by the company. This number also represents the number of available shares on that company’s open market.

## How do you find the number of shares outstanding on a balance sheet?

**Add together the numbers of preferred and common shares outstanding, and subtract the number of treasury shares**. The result is the total number of shares outstanding.

## How do you find number of shares outstanding?

The number of stocks outstanding is **equal to the number of issued shares minus the number of shares held in the company’s treasury**. It’s also equal to the float (shares available to the public and excludes any restricted shares, or shares held by company officers or insiders) plus any restricted shares.

## How do you calculate number of shares?

If you know the market cap of a company and you know its share price, then figuring out the number of outstanding shares is easy. Just **take the market capitalization figure and divide it by the share price**. The result is the number of shares on which the market capitalization number was based.

## Is it good to have outstanding shares?

One is that knowing the shares outstanding can help investors find the market capitalization (total value) of a business. … The number of shares outstanding is also **significant** to know because a firm could choose to issue more stock if it has authorized more shares than it currently has outstanding.

## What is the difference between issued and outstanding shares?

Issued shares vs. outstanding shares have several differences. An issued share is simply a share that has been given to an investor, whereas outstanding shares refer to **all** the shares that have been issued by a company.

## How many shares are outstanding for Apple?

Share Statistics

Avg Vol (3 month) ^{3} | 76.56M |
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Shares Outstanding ^{5} | 16.53B |

Implied Shares Outstanding ^{6} | N/A |

Float | 16.51B |

% Held by Insiders ^{1} | 0.07% |

## Can a company run out of shares?

So, the answer is that **available stock CAN run out**. In lightly traded companies, you might not find anyone who wants to sell. I’ve had that happen on the other end, where I put in a market sell order and could not sell all of my shares.

## How do you find the number of shares outstanding on Moneycontrol?

Moneycontrol website makes it easier for us to find out the total outstanding shares **by dividing share capital into “Equity share capital” and “Preference share capital”**. Suppose we want to find out total outstanding shares of ITC at the end of FY-16.

## What is price per share formula?

The market price per share is used to determine a company’s market capitalization, or “market cap.” To calculate it, take **the most recent share price of a company and multiply it by the total number of outstanding shares.**

## What is the number of shares?

The number of shares of common stock outstanding is a metric that **tells us how many shares of a company are currently owned by investors**.