Purport that retail investors desire to invest in AAPL or TSLA (both have been reported to split their stock soon), because they think their "future share price" (after the stock split) will skyrocket. Is there a more accurate term for "future share price"? "share price" feels inaccurate if you are disregarding (reverse) stock splits.
Is it "market capitalization"? I know that market capitalization signifies "the total value of all a company's shares of stock. It is calculated by multiplying the price of a stock by its total number of outstanding shares."
To wit, at the moment when stocks split their stock, their "share price" will drop, but their [fill in the blank] ought stay the same.