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TherapeuticsMD, Inc. (TXMD)

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At close: 04:00PM EDT
6.34 +0.20 (+3.26%)
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    Wallbank
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  • K
    Kmieciak
    I just got a tip about TXMD from http://traderspot.club. What do you guys think?
  • T
    TOOLEY
    The market could be about to tank...Do this now.For more info http://hiddenwealth.tech
  • f
    furlano
    Guys, check out www.daytradercompany.tech They have been crushing it lately while TXMD barley does anything at all.
  • E
    Elliott
    Anyone know how much Sixth is still owed? They just got about $750K in interest for kicking the can another 28 days from 10/3 to 10/31. 365 divided by 28 = 13, 13 x 750K = $9.75M annual interest at today's deal rate. Not too shabby. Another way to look at today's news, is that for the privilege of getting $7M in operating cash to buy another 28 days of runway, roughly $750K in shares had to be given to Sixth. In other words, the juice paid to Sixth (in shares) was almost 11%, and when that 11% is extrapolated out over 365 days, it equates to about a 140% annual interest rate being paid to Sixth for the privilege to continue operations. All the while, the use of shares instead of cash is highly dilutive and folks, Sixth doesn't hold onto those one penny warrants, rather they execute and dump. Understanding today's transaction puts ongoing operations into perspective. There is no way on earth that the "active strategic alternatives process' is anything other than a convoluted term for we are desperately trying to sell the company's platforms piecemeal or in mass as we know that ongoing operations in which we spend roughly twice as much as comes in are not sustainable as evidenced by the extraordinary high risk debt service that we are required to pay by our creditors.
  • E
    Elliott
    I honestly don’t get it. For those longs that weren’t interested in the $10 offer, did you think Hugh could have done better? Why wouldn’t he hold out for the best possible offer he could bring to the shareholders? So you were willing to gamble the $10 in hand hoping he might be able to get $15 or $20, which you would have accepted? Please explain this thinking to me. Please. Hugh did the best he could, you said no, now he’s gone and the company is looking to replace him with someone else. In the meantime the economy continues to face stiff headwinds and the sales team lacks any motivation whatsoever to perform and the abysmal weekly numbers deteriorate to new lows. That $10 bird in hand has flown and you have no one to blame but yourselves.
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    Paul
    SP is going down and I guess due to fear of further dilution...

    As per 8K dated July 29, 2022...

    https://www.sec.gov/ix?doc=/Archives/edgar/data/25743/000119312522207645/d356180d8k.htm

    Sixth Street Financing Agreement was extended till September 30, 2022.. and to extend the maturity date to October 31, 2022.. $7 million in cash proceeds from an equity issuance...

    Does it mean that even if BO come before Sept... TXMD requires to bring $7 million in capital?

    Also, what if maturity date to extend till September 30, 2022? Does it mean another $7 million?
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  • C
    Chris
    Should I sell
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    Teo
    Another deadline tomorrow. We will see what is left to do for the new ceo's (probably nothing).
  • E
    Elliott
    With Hugh gone, the chances of pulling off a deal seem much lower. That $10 bird in hand seems like a real gift right about now. If Hugh reasonably believed that there was room and time to do better, he’d likely still be at the helm. JMHO
  • P
    Paul
    Any reason for going below $9?
  • S
    Shane
    $7 million....more beach party money to #$%$ away.
  • R
    Rodney
    I wonder where Hugh is going
  • S
    Stephanie
    Anyone have the #s
  • R
    Resry
    I continue to be fascinated by the TXMD saga. They keep getting fresh air infused into their life support system, and I can't figure out why. From the Vita care sale to Rubric's investment, and the EW debacle in between, it's an interesting and somewhat exciting story. I guess it's more so to me since I'm on the sidelines. For others, not so much.
    After all that's gone on, my guess is, that even if someone buys the company for twice as many $ that EW offered, shareholders would be lucky to get the same $10 per share.
    Read the SEC filings. There's a lot of dilution. The $7 million announced today will most likely be gone by the end of the month. If they do it again, that's more dilution.
    I haven't seen any Symphony numbers, but the most recent ones we've seen were pretty bad.
    But they've surprised me before, so who knows what rabbit will come out of the hat.
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    greg
    I am sticking with the financial institutions that kept TXMD alive. They can't be as dumb as us investors.
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    s
    DOEN DOWN DOWN she goes like the Titanic!!!!!!
  • H
    How
    How about some script numbers
  • E
    Elliott
    Robust strategic alternatives process continues? Folks, that is what Hugh does for a living. He's a deal maker and closes. That's what HE did with Vitacare, it's what he did with the company he sold prior to joining TXMD, and it is what he almost accomplished with EW before the shareholders pulled the rug out from under his feet. He turns garbage into cash. It isn't always pretty, but he delivers coin which is better than no coin. That 10 bucks a share bird in the hand is looking pretty good right about now, eh?? It appears Hugh is gone. You got the inventor, Bernick, a great guy with noble ideals but not a deal maker sharing the duty with Glickman, a proven under-performer when it come to selling product. These guys don't know squat about doing a deal for an underperforming threesome of platforms and closing said deal. That's a fact. Look out below.