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the most promising, overlooked leaders. Smaller  companies with potential growth, ahead of the curve in their respective fields and in perfect position to benefit from market upturn.

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<FONT size=4 style="FONT-SIZE: 9pt">FEATURE COMPANY

GK Intelligent Systems:   (OTO:  GKIG)  Price:  $ .12

GK Intelligent Systems is a company with which many of you may be familiar.  It was a very hot story in the mid to late nineties when Rod Canion, the co-founder of Compaq Computer, took the helm and the stock rose to a high of 20 dollars per share while trading on the AMEX.  Problems related to an attempt to take over the company by Canion and  group of backers left the company in a shambles, and in 1999, the company ceased operations due to an inability to raise adequate operating funds. 

A new effort is now being made to resurrect the company.  This could be significant in that  it's interactive software technology has won several awards with respect to its ability to teach users  through a form of artificial intelligence.  Recent announcements indicate the company has again retained the services of some of the most important individuals  in its original reseach and development team.

A unique opportunity has developed for GKIG to become a key player in the global intelligent performance support market, with the development of advanced learning products/services as its initial focus. GKIG was formed in 1994 and became an AMEX company in 1998.

During its six years of operation, the company distinguished itself as a leader in advanced learning technology and products. It achieved this distinction through its affiliation with internationally known entities such as AT&T, the US Dept of Transportation, NCR Corp, Microelectronics Computer Consortium, Radio Shack, National Geographic, The Smithsonian, AOL, and other notable entities.

Early in 1998, it's advanced learning technology, Smart OneTM?, was designated as the official flagship (software) technology of the United Nations. The Director of Global Technology for the UN, Dr. Joseph Ben Dak, joined the Board to facilitate a global implementation. In the summer of 1998, a co-founder of Compaq Computer Corporation, Rod Canion, joined the Company and shifted its emphasis to the consumer marketplace. Mr. Canion departed at the end of 1998, having went on to pursue other interests. Shortly thereafter, in early 1999, the Company developed its first product, Around the Web in 80 Minutes, targeting the vast market of those desiring to learn how to use the Internet.

The product was well-received in the marketplace. Thirty thousand copies of the product were sold retail. The Retailers of America selected GKIS and its product as "best new technology", "best retail marketing strategy" and "best overall for show" at their annual meeting in February, 1999. Around the Web In 80 Minutes was distributed internationally by the three largest software distributors in America. In June,1999, AOL offered the Company a contract to sell its product that would have grossed approximated $1 million a month.

However, the Company, suffering from a precipitous drop in its stock price linked to Mr. Canion's premature departure, encountered difficulty in securing the capital necessary to sustain its growth and brand its product. The Company closed its doors in June, 1999 with approximately $3 million in outstanding debt, most of which has been resolved.

During its dormancy, the Company has received numerous inquiries from other entities inquiring about the possibility of a resurrection and/or merger opportunities. Interested companies see three benefits linked to GKIS:

(i) An unmatched, world-class technology;

(ii) A $20 million loss carry-forward; and

(iii) A distinguished global shareholder base comprised of principals of key Wall Street institutions.

Through its marketing firm, High Altitude, a firm whose efforts initially thrusted the company's product to number one in large retail vendors, such as Staples, Office Depot and CompUSA?, the company is in the midst of developing substantial recurring monthly income via licensing agreements of GKIS's Smart OneTM? technology with key industry players. GKIS anticipates up to ten million dollars in revenue for the calendar year 2002 with exponential growth in the years to follow.

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A word or two about microcap and other low-priced issues trading:  this is a very volatile and precarious area of the market. 

In the securities industry, it is generally considered that an exposure to this area of the market of more than 10 to 15 percent of one's portfolio was dangerous and foolhardy.  Although the potential for large gains is high, so is the potential for large losses.  

We caution you to always carefully weigh your exposure to this area of the market.  If you do not receive the advice of a licensed securities broker, always keep in mind your tolerance for loss, and don't put yourselves in a position wherein that tolerance might be exceeded. 

Stay very diversified if you play microcaps. That way, you can benefit from the winners, and you won't get wiped out by one or two losers.  It is not unusual for a microcap to gain or lose 20% or more in one trading session.  This can give even an old pro near heart failure.  Your objective should be to capture good returns year in and year out.  If you can do that, you will probably be a big winner in the end.  If you gamble, you may well suffer the gambler's fate:  Feast one day, and famine the next.

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