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Put It In Reverse

A Good Deal

Even if the market crashes while you're working on your reverse merger, it probably won't kill your deal. For the shell company with few assets and little or no story to tell, a good merger is good news and worth pursuing, no matter what market conditions are.

This excerpt was reprinted from Where's The Money? (Entrepreneur Media Inc., ©1999), by Art Beroff and Dwayne Moyers. To obtain a copy, visit your local bookstore or our Web site at

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This article was originally published in the June 1999 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: Put It In Reverse.

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