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   Microcap & Penny Stocks1 reseacher looking for Co's created by Reverse Merger


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To: Rob J who wrote ()9/29/1997 3:29:00 PM
From: Kent C.
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BSV.VSE Bright Star Ventures Limited was formed by reverse take over, thread (dead) under gold mining.

cheers,

Kent
investor1.com

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To: Kent C. who wrote (7)9/30/1997 10:19:00 PM
From: Mike Chen
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Look at Hayes the modem people. They just merged with a public company to avoid the necessary steps.

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To: Kent C. who wrote (7)9/30/1997 10:23:00 PM
From: Mike Chen
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And look at Telegen. I believe that several years they merged a passive solar panel company from California with a woodburning stove company from Colorado, and wound up with a software company that is "developing" a flat panel display. If nothing else, it's good for a laugh.

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To: Kent C. who wrote (7)9/30/1997 10:26:00 PM
From: Mike Chen
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Check out BEC Group. They were Benson Eye Care, merged with Essilor, and spit out BEC (EYE), which has shed lots of stuff including Foster Grant, and now has bought Bolle (which was private) and will split into two companies: Bolle and Optical Radiation Technologies.

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To: Mike Chen who wrote (10)10/6/1997 2:09:00 AM
From: Jack Kanak
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Check out Ecotyre Technologies (ETTI)---may not satisfy one of your criteria, but clearly a candidate in general.

Jack Kanak

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To: Rob J who wrote ()10/8/1997 1:07:00 AM
From: humancash
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To: Rob J who wrote ()10/14/1997 3:00:00 PM
From: Leonard Rosenberg
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take a look at FHCC on the CDN or its website fhcapital.com its trading at 4Ocents C$ was up to
$2.15

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To: Rob J who wrote ()10/16/1997 4:20:00 AM
From: Dan W.
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I have had some success with reverse mergers, but am usually a skeptic about such tactics. However, I am currently very involved in one called VSI Holdings. The symbol is VIS (or VIS.EC/THE EC will come off within 4 wks.)If you want more details please call the Co or E-Mail me at WEISKOPFD@AOL.COM. The most interesting element to this merger is that thus far the private Co remains private, but now has all the headaches of being a public Co. The float is very much under control so I would expect acquisitions to occur in 1998 for paper.

Good luck with your thesis

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To: Rob J who wrote ()10/16/1997 10:13:00 PM
From: thomas wojciechowski
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Check out BFTK in Silicon, Bio Fluorescent Technologies, used to be BFTI. Fraud or failure but still hanging on. All hype but no substance.

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To: thomas wojciechowski who wrote (15)10/17/1997 8:04:00 AM
From: FARRIS
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I can point you to two that are in the process of "reverse mergers." Both look like they will be positive moves.
I like PLRN and think you will see 300% within a couple of weeks. The other is JAVA -- that one is higher risk in my opinion. Both have SI threads and most of the information is there.
For what it is worth.
Eric

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