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THE

ROSNER

MARKET LETTER®

Hadassah President Visits

Hadassah will welcome June Walker,
national president, who will speak at
a special donor event on the evening
of Tuesday, Aug. 31.
Walker had worked as a chemist,
then went back
to school to
become a respira-
tory therapist
while raising
three children
and doing volun-
teer work for
Hadassah. She
held various
positions at the
Walker
local and region-
al levels and
served nationally as chair of
American Affairs-Domestic Policy
and the Hadassah College of
Technology vice president
For event information, contact
Hadassah, (248) 683-5030.

Women Present Grants

The Jewish Women's Foundation of
Metropolitan Detroit, a grant-mak-
ing and educational foundation
established to enhance the lives of
Jewish women and girls, will host its
meeting of the board of trustees
Wednesday, Sept. 8, 11:30 a.m. to
1:30 p.m. at the Max M. Fisher
Federation
Building, 6735
Telegraph Road
in Bloomfield
Township.
In addition to
the presentation
of the founda-
tion's 2004 grant
awards, the meet-
ing will feature
Dobkin
Barbara Dobkin,
who will address
the topic of women's philanthropy
and leadership. Dobkin is the
founder and chair of Ma'yan, the
Jewish Women's Project, a program
of the Jewish Community Center in
Manhattan.
The meeting is open to the pub-
lic. The cost of the luncheon and
program is $18 per person. For
information, call Helen Katz, (248)
203-1483 or email katz@jfmd.org

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The purpose of this letter is to help investors make better investments. I believe that profits should be
taken when the market enters the high risk zone and that investments should be made when the market falls
into the low risk investment zone. Stock picking and market timing will always be important. Investors'
biggest single mistake is giving back profits that they had in their hands. I believe if an investor is going to
make a mistake make it with the profits in your pocket. After all, no one ever went broke taking profits.

HOW DOES READING THIS LETTER HELP INVESTORS?

In 1987 I warned readers to get out of the market three weeks before the crash.

In my September 1999 letter, three months before the Dow Jones Industrials

peaked, I said "THE LONGEST CYCLICAL BULL MARKET HAS ENDED" and
"the Dow Jones Industrials will decline at least 2,265 points and probably
will fall more". The Dow fell over 4,000 points before stopping.

Three months later in my January 2000 letter, which was the actual month the Dow
Jones Industrials reached their ultimate peak, I predicted the stock market would
suffer its biggest decline since the 1990 Bear market and that internet, communi-
cation and technical stocks were about to get their comeuppance.

In my January 2004 letter I said "The Confidence Indicator is at the highest level in 18
years which is saying the stock market is extremely overconfident" and that resistance
has appeared that will terminate this market advance. A few weeks later the Dow
Jones Industrials peaked and the stock market began a decline that is still continuing
And it all happened as predicted!

You are cordially invited to the

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The Falling Dollar and What It Really Means To Investors and Consumers.
Is Inflation Really a Threat To The Economy And The Stock Market Now?

Speaker: Joel Rosner, JD
The program will start on time.
Time: 7:00 PM
Date: Thursday, August 26, 2004
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