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For this type of business. negative earnings, and no revenue, they will go bankrupt without a good current ratio.

Sure...if all three are bad, something bad is bound to happen.

But your comment appeared to be about the centrality of current ratio.
Many very successful firms have seemingly terrible current ratios, for very good reasons.
It depends on the nature of the business in question.
Specifically, you said "1. good current ratio is essential "
My humble suggestion: No, it definitely isn't.

Jim
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