In my IRA I own shares of El Paso Energy, who is being acquired by Kinder Morgan, Inc. They are offering three options for me at this time: 1. 0.9635 of a share of Kinder Morgan's Class P valued at $38.60 2. $25.91 in cash per share 3. 0.4187 of a share of Kinder Morgan AND $14.65 in cashThe value of Kinder Morgan was based on closing price on March 23, 2012.I know that usually the acquiring company is the one whose stock declines after the merger, but will it decline more than $13 which would justify taking the cash buy-out? Should I take the stock trade? Or should I just sell El Paso now? How do I evaluate this decision? A brand new Fool
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