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Authorized Shares: 500,000,000
Source: Other (03/31/2011 )

Outstanding Shares: 14,935,448
Source: Other ( 03/31/2011 )

(iv) There were approximately 18,011 freely tradable shares. (3/31/2011)  

TMXU Putting it all together

TMXU Latest DD and Updates

TMXU new DD on the board. Very promising updates to say the least.
Posted by: The Rainmaker
In reply to: None
Date:1/1/2008 5:20:26 PM
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First Rainmaker Alert of 2008- TMXU (.008 X .01).
Someone just paid the Transfer Agents bill for the last two years to bring them current.

I used a similar angle to find REMH at .005, that one went as high as .15 within three months. My thinking here is they need to issue shares for a reverse merger and had to pay the transfer agent to do this.

TMXU background info
TMXU-Same people that did reverse merger for PFAP back in January. Brian Sherer from Silicon Valley Bank and Cagan Mcafee Capital Partners.

PFAP trading at $13 per share with a market Cap of 507 million dollars.

10600 N. De Anza Blvd., Suite 250
Cupertino, CA 95014

Same address
Cagan McAfee Capital Partners, LLC
10600 N. De Anza Blvd., Suite 250
Cupertino, CA 95014

CMCP has specialized in the Slow Launch Public Offering. With a capability and breadth unique in the market, CMCP is able to guide a high growth private company into the public area with all the resources to provide the necessary capital, legal expertise and Investor Relations services to maximize the likelihood of success.

CMCP has successfully launched over 10 companies in this manner in the past five years, bringing in excess of $300 million of capital to these companies and generating in excess of $2 billion of market value.

Here is a list of the deals Cagan Mcafee has done and the share prices.
PEIX $9.00
EPM $3.10
PDRT $3.60
MWII $11.75
WDWT .25
PKT $2.78
PFAP $13.25 (Brian Sherer and Cagan Mcafee)

TMXU new CEO Brian Sherer, works doing venture capital deals for Silicon Valley Bank. What gets me is the dollar totals in equity he is able to raise. 17 million, 20 million, 19 million. This guy makes the Meuses, Anthonys and Smiths look like small time players.


SANTA CLARA, Calif., December 4, 2006 - SVB Silicon Valley Bank, the premier commercial bank nationwide for technology and life science companies of all sizes, hired Brian Sherer as a managing director in Corporate Finance. Effective immediately, Sherer will broaden the company's efforts to arrange and structure debt and banking solutions to select technology and life science firms across the U.S., focusing exclusively on those with private equity backing. SVB Silicon Valley Bank, located in 27 cities across the U.S., is the commercial banking subsidiary of SVB Financial Group (Nasdaq: SIVB).

"For more than twenty years, we have provided innovative, creative financing solutions to technology, life science and private equity firms," said Greg Becker, chief operating officer, SVB Silicon Valley Bank. "Brian's experience and expertise with the buyout community will help us bring our unique understanding of the technology industry's financial needs to this market. We look forward to leveraging Brian's knowledge and long track record in the technology financing and private equity industries to better serve our clients."

Sherer has spent his career developing and providing innovative and complex debt products to technology companies. Most recently, Sherer was a senior vice president at Wells Fargo Foothill, where he focused heavily on private equity-backed acquisition financing. He has also held senior sales and banking positions with GE Corporate Finance, Greyrock Capital Group, Bank of America and Heller Financial, Inc.

Sherer earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan and is a regular speaker at technology and M&A financing conferences.

SVB Silicon Valley Bank Provides Financing for Francisco Partners' Acquisition of Dairyland Healthcare Solutions
SANTA CLARA, Calif., July 11, 2007 /PRNewswire via COMTEX News Network/ --

SVB Silicon Valley Bank, the premier commercial bank for technology and life science companies of all sizes, today announced that it provided $23 million in financing to assist Francisco Partners, one of the world's largest technology-focused private equity investment firms, in its acquisition of Dairyland Healthcare Solutions. Dairyland is a leading provider of comprehensive information systems to community hospitals and health care systems nationwide.

The financing is evidence of SVB Silicon Valley Bank's growing activity in the technology buyout arena and its ability to and provide structured debt and banking solutions to private equity firms.

"We're proud to work with Francisco Partners. This is the second time we've helped them execute a sizeable buyout in the last three months," said Brian Sherer, managing director at SVB Silicon Valley Bank. "SVB has been working with venture-backed companies over the last 25 years, our deep relationships and experience with the VC community continues to translate well in the private equity arena."

About Dairyland Healthcare Solutions

Since Dairyland's founding in 1980, the company has become a leading provider of comprehensive information systems to community hospitals and health care systems nationwide. Dairyland is committed to providing highly functional, cost effective information systems, as well as the highest level of service possible to its customers. The company is headquartered in Glenwood, Minn. More information on the company can be found at

About Francisco Partners

Francisco Partners, with approximately $5 billion of committed capital, is one of the world's largest technology-focused private equity investment firms. The firm, headquartered in Menlo Park, Calif., was founded to pursue structured investments in technology companies undergoing strategic, technological and operational inflection points. For more information on Francisco Partners, go to

About SVB Silicon Valley Bank

SVB Silicon Valley Bank provides commercial banking services to emerging growth and mature companies in the technology, life science, private equity and premium wine industries. Through its focus on specialized markets and extensive knowledge of the people and business issues driving them, SVB Silicon Valley Bank provides a level of service and partnership that measurably impacts its clients' success. Founded in 1983 and headquartered in Santa Clara, Calif., the company serves clients around the world through 27 U.S. offices and three international operations. SVB Silicon Valley Bank is a member of global financial services firm SVB Financial Group, with SVB Alliant, SVB Analytics, SVB Capital, SVB Global and SVB Private Client Services. For more information on SVB Silicon Valley Bank, go to

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#647   Alert otc ticker asti crossed 10ma and is kseanng 09/24/16 11:02:40 PM
#646   qrtly out mkinhaw 11/10/11 01:21:38 PM
#645   $2.19 to try to spark some interest????? ErnieBilco 11/09/11 04:33:08 PM
#644   Someone trying to spark some interest here????? ErnieBilco 08/16/11 09:51:46 AM
#643   HEY NEVO SELL ME SOME SHARES ALREADY ErnieBilco 06/28/11 10:34:37 PM
#642   Nope, It ain't givin me anything. ErnieBilco 06/27/11 03:41:17 PM
#641   You get those 421 shares??? ragmuff 06/27/11 03:10:52 PM
#640   (iv) There were approximately 18,011 freely tradable shares. ErnieBilco 06/26/11 10:33:57 PM
#639   Gotta try for a starter while checking it out ErnieBilco 06/24/11 04:48:11 PM
#638   Doesn't trade much ErnieBilco 06/24/11 04:47:21 PM
#637   Time for some DD ErnieBilco 06/24/11 04:46:08 PM
#636   Whats up with this? ErnieBilco 06/24/11 04:45:43 PM
#635   March 29 - 2010 Annual Report: Tuppence 04/03/11 12:45:31 AM
#634 kasii 01/31/11 12:11:29 AM
#633   Go to the below, look around and you ragmuff 01/30/11 09:04:11 PM
#632   Solargen is developing one of largest photovoltaic solar ragmuff 01/07/11 07:06:10 PM
#631   Some past history. ragmuff 12/31/10 10:30:22 PM
#630   press release Oct. 13, 2010, 7:05 p.m. EDT ragmuff 12/31/10 10:21:21 PM
#629   Hey, thanks for the update---looks like the ball kasii 12/23/10 11:11:55 AM
#628   SOLARGEN ENERGY, INC. ragmuff 12/22/10 01:30:46 PM
#627   Well---that's cool---tho I have a long way to kasii 11/22/10 02:29:55 PM
#626   200 shares today for $5.50 each ragmuff 11/19/10 02:08:25 PM
#625   One trade of 335s at $1.01 dropped it ragmuff 11/17/10 10:41:02 AM
#624   Ragmuff----I'm not clear on the 1st of the kasii 11/17/10 10:04:10 AM
#623   QUARTERLY REPORT ragmuff 11/17/10 09:08:38 AM
#622   It was one trade at 14:55:46 and showed ragmuff 11/16/10 04:52:06 PM
#621   Wow a trade that showed....ask still at $1,500 ragmuff 11/16/10 04:47:42 PM
#620   Hey kasii, I thought I was the only ragmuff 10/26/10 01:29:49 PM
#619   So assuming they get the green investment funds kasii 10/26/10 12:22:30 PM
#618   News has been out for a while... ragmuff 10/24/10 06:16:53 PM
#617   Picked up a patial 58 shares @1.01 few ragmuff 08/10/10 10:24:42 AM
#616   I got lucky here and sold 500 shares ragmuff 07/02/10 02:41:05 PM
#615   There was a sale about the 25th of kasii 02/02/10 11:18:50 AM
#614   I think that can happen if the last jztechguy 01/26/10 10:29:15 AM
#613   Up 891.09% on 500 shares but the price ragmuff 01/26/10 10:11:00 AM
#612   I'm still cheesed about the RS.... Glad somebody jztechguy 09/25/09 09:08:40 PM
#611   When I picked up 500 shares for .085 ragmuff 09/25/09 09:02:43 PM
#610   The bid is now 10.01. (according to jztechguy 09/25/09 12:59:15 PM
#609   Bid is @.15 ask @1,987. Looks like with ragmuff 08/27/09 09:03:02 PM
#608   Hey ragmuf---thanks for the update---haven't checked in for kasii 08/26/09 03:43:48 PM
#607   Spoke with Solargen... ragmuff 07/24/09 11:22:45 AM
#606   What are you talking about? This was a ragmuff 03/30/09 04:45:28 PM
#605   Yeah, did you read the news on 2-24-09 matdbrat fan 03/30/09 04:24:01 PM
#604   They just went public, are you taking TMEX? ragmuff 03/30/09 01:32:11 PM
#603   Don't care about them they didn't care about matdbrat fan 03/30/09 01:12:01 PM
#602   Introduction – Solargen Energy, Inc. ragmuff 03/27/09 01:00:48 AM
#601   That's usually the "placeholder" price. Most stocks jztechguy 03/25/09 08:14:31 AM
#600   Any idea why the ask shot back up Stock Vader 03/25/09 01:46:46 AM
#599   Any guesses at what price this will trade ragmuff 03/18/09 05:11:39 PM
#598   actually, all tmxu holders? DIOSMIO3 03/16/09 01:05:09 PM