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I was just sent this email. I can not confirm the source nor the info. I thought that it was interesting and of course none of these companies are on the buy list.

MARCH 20, 2000



Fire Alarm
Here's when the 51 'Net companies below are likely to
run out of cash, according to year-end 1999 data. Some
can raise more funds through stock and bond offerings.
Others will be forced to merge or go out of business.
It's Darwinian capitalism at work.

March 2000
Pilot Ntwk Services
CDNow

April 2000
Secure Computing

May 2000
Peapod
VerticalNet
MarketWatch.com

June 2000
drkoop.com
Infonautics
Medscape
Intelligent Life
Digital Island
Splitrock Services
VitaminShoppe.com

July 2000
Intraware
Interliant
MyPoints.com
Egghead.com
MotherNature.com
ImageX.com
BigStar Entmt
Mail.com

August 2000
Cybercash
Applied Theory
WorldTalk Corp
Primix Solutions
Newsedge

September 2000
FTD.com
ShopNow.com
Beyond.com
Healtheon

October 2000
E Loan
Interactive Pictures
Ask Jeeves
LoisLaw.com
PlanetRx.com

November 2000
LifeMinders.com
SmarterKids.com
drugstore.com
Ashford.com
NorthPoint Comm.

December 2000
EarthWeb
NetObjects
Tickets.com

January 2001
Salon.com
Amazon.com
PurchasePro.com


February 2001
Cobalt Group
Multex.com
eToys
Kana Comms
E-Stamp

Source: Pegasus Research
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