At any given time, there will be 12 inches in every foot.

At any given time, the market cap will be equal to the 'price per share' multiplied by 'the total number of shares outstanding'.

It does not matter if a tree grows from being 40 inches to 50 inches, or the tree is measured in centimeters instead of inches, there will still be 12 inches in each foot.

It does not matter if the price per share rises, or if there is share dilution, the relationship between price and marketcap will be the same.

At any given time, the market cap will be equal to the 'price per share' multiplied by 'the total number of shares outstanding'.

It does not matter if a tree grows from being 40 inches to 50 inches, or the tree is measured in centimeters instead of inches, there will still be 12 inches in each foot.

It does not matter if the price per share rises, or if there is share dilution, the relationship between price and marketcap will be the same.