stistics list total cash at $400 thousand and debt at $312 thousand. then they agree to pay mr cartwright[ new coo] $300 thousand dollars. the 66 million shares the company has outstanding is going to bump to 100 million in the next couple months to try to cover things is my guess. hope im wrong.
$300,000 is a drop in the bucket for someone like Cartwright. Let me ask in all candor, "is there any serious reason why you're here? I don't care either way, but you show up out of nowhere, stating the obvious fact that GTHP will have to raise money and act like it's a bad thing when they do.
Fixating on a measly salary when Cartwright has stock options for GTHP that don't kick in until the stock is $1.50 and $2.50 couldn't be a more narrow view of what's happening with GTHP. With the shares currently trading at appx. .56 with not a lot of time to achieve it the aforementioned share price, are you the least bit curious about how that might be a dead giveaway?
i dont like investing in a company and some weeks/months latter they dump a goodly amount of shares on the market lowering the value of my investment 30 or 40%. to my way of thinking that is a bad thing investment wise,even though i realize this is what companies have to do. i would just rather invest after added shares are on the market. and when you think of it everyone here came out of no where in that they were not here until they were.
look at their last 10-q, read the subsequent events section.
"On October 21, 2013, the Company announced that it received $250,000 in royalties, pursuant to a licensing agreement with Freedom Meditech, bringing the total amount received on the agreement to date to $300,000. The agreement has a lifetime maximum royalty payable of $4 million."
additionally, they received around $600K for warrant exercises related to the november 27th warrant exchange.
IF further dilution happens, it will be later in q2.