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Addresses the problems and issues facing Pink Sheet and some other small public companies when they are considered shell companies and their shareholders may not use SEC Rule 144 to sell their stock. The issue arises when existing shareholders, including control persons, want to sell their stock. It also arises when the company is doing a private placement and the investors are looking to Rule 144 as their exit strategy to eventually liquidate their investment. Not being able to use Rule 144 because the company was once a shell company can be a disaster. There are other alternatives to Rule 144 and creating stock that is free trading stock or eventually will be free trading. This book summarizes these for company managements and interested investors. These alternatives are discussed to provide an introduction to the tools that may be available to your company. Written by securities attorney John E. Lux, Esq. http://www.reverse-merger.info
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