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To: M0NEYMADE who wrote (244)3/23/2006 2:04:34 PM
From: Glenn Petersen  Respond to of 246
 
moneymade,

Thanks for the link. I took a look at the bankruptcy filings. There was a "Notice of Filing of Valuation of Assets" filed on April 19, 2005 which disclosed that the assets in the liquidating totaled $39.7 million. It is hard to imagine that there will be anything left for the shareholders of Enivid, as the company is now called.

I don't know if they have any plans for the shell. I suspect that they have not issued any additional shares since September 20, 2002, so the stock (trading at $.025 today) is currently being valued at approximately $644,000.

The Enron shares are still trading and I would be willing to guarantee that those shares have no value. The shares of United Airlines and Kmart continued to trade until the day that they were worthless.

Glenn