The above article asserts: "Pro tip: share prices around $300 are not indicative of companies with problems raising capital." Does that actually make sense, without implicitly assuming something about the number of shares issued? For Tesla there is f.ex. about 170 million shares outstanding, for a market cap of 51 billion dollar at 300 dollars per share. I find it hard to believe that the above would hold equally well for a company with 170 thousand shares outstanding (i.e. a market cap 1000 times smaller than Tesla's) - and even more so for a (hypothetical) company with just 170 shares outstanding (i.e. a market cap of 51 thousand dollars, at 300 dollars per share). PS. I am again far behind on this thread, so apologies if I have missed a discussion of this.