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In the strategies of war, how does a new regional military power or upstart guerrilla troop solidify their position? They identify their adversaries and eliminated them. How is business any different? The truth is the strategies are identical while the actual elimination process differs. War is fought with bombs and guns, economics is fought by crushing an idea or believe system that perpetuates the money machine behind a company, take away the public believe system based on the concept put out by a company and you've eliminated their ability to survive. Read More »

Taking Company Public: What The Government Giveth It Will Surely Taketh Away

As the unfortunate recipients of a bastardized economy whose immediate future is as grim as the past two years there is a massive economic shift. Banks are crumbling towers of cards and executives in charge of this so called 'rebound' effort are about as qualified as a blind, deaf, mute, quadriplegic trying to win the iron man. In short, at this rate we're in big trouble. Read More »

Taking A Company Public: Which Is Best? Reverse Merger or S1 Registration?

The dream of taking one's company public is all too often unrealized when a shell merger or reverse merger concept is used. I say concept because this describes a general tactic as opposed to a strategy personified by a direct registration or S1 filing. Shortcuts have no place in a public offering as it lacks the results sought by entrepreneurs and demanded by investors and shareholders. Shells for mergers are typically dogs infested with microscopic flees, the struggle for volume and investor retention is constant and you'll never have the full legitimacy of an S1 as the previous owners organizational baggage will constantly hinder your development as a public entity as the weight of skeletons in the closet will always outweigh your efforts, thus eliminating the results of IR and other promotional tactics for stock traction in the marketplace. Going public doesn't have to be painful, all you need is a game plan and experienced agents working on your behalf. If you're broke get a loan, don't attempt a public offering. If your company has a proven concept and solid net revenues then going public may be just the fund-raising tool you've been looking for. Read More »