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Shadows Bend Development, Inc.



Shares Outstanding: 39,765,902
Float (est.): 3,940,212
3-6 Month Target: $10.00
12-18 Month Target: $15.00
Current Price: $2.00

Strategic Stock Intelligence, Inc.
March 23, 2002 - Issue 478
Shadows Bend Enters into $100 Billion Alzheimer's Market;
Quickly Becoming the Leader in the Facilities Care Market

Congratulations to those wise investors who heeded our last year's recommendations. If you had heeded our recommendations, you would have realized a 100% gain within 48 hours. We have found a company that could make these gains look miniscule.

The Company
The research staff at SSII has uncovered a unique company that is on the cutting edge of the burgeoning health care facilities industry.Shadows Bend Development, Inc. (OTC BB: SHBD)
was created out of the overwhelming demand for specialty care facilities that would focus on the ever-increasing Alzheimer epidemic and the lack of adequate care facilities available.By the development and acquisitions of free-standing facilities for the care of individuals with varying levels of Alzheimer's and other dementia related disorders, SHBD is truly positioning itself as the leader in their field.

The Industry

The older population in the United States, persons 65 years and older, numbered 34.1 million in 1997, this group represented 12.7% of the population, about one in every eight Americans.In 1997, the 65-74 age group (18.5 million) was eight times larger than in 1990, but the 75-84 group (11.7 million) was sixteen times larger and the 85+ group (39 million) was 31 times larger. As recently as the early 90s, Alzheimer's was not yet recognized in the medical community or even heard of in the general household.However, since President Reagan announced that he had the disease, the issue has been highlighted; increasing concern for Alzheimerís and dementia-related diseases has led to a proven need for specialized care facilities that SHBD provides. 


Latest News

On February 8, 2002, SHBD announced that they have signed a letter of intent to purchase Three Oaks Corporation ("Three Oaks"). Financial details of the transaction were not disclosed. Gross income for the last two years was $783,000 and $664,630, respectively. Three Oaks Corporation owns Three Oaks Manor, a 68-bed Alzheimer care facility located in Pensacola, Florida; currently, the facility is being upgraded with state of the art programs, including a memory diagnostic program provided by the Shadows Bend management team. Three Oaks Manor is the only free-standing Alzheimer facility in Pensacola and the surrounding areas devoted exclusively to providing the unique type of specialized care for those individuals experiencing the complex symptoms of dementia.

Investment Considerations
plans to construct or acquire a minimum of ten "specialty care" facilities designed strictly for residents with Alzheimer's disease or other related dementia illness. Their business plan projects gross income generated by each of these ten facilities to be estimated at $1,392,504 annually and EBITDA to be 41% of income or $519,268. The initial development plan includes ten strategically located units to be obtained within three years which should generate $14,000,000 in annual revenue and a profit of approximately $5,000,000 for this same period. A line of credit has been established to fund the acquisition or development of these facilities.The National Institute on Aging puts the "annual national direct and indirect cost of caring for Alzheimerís' disease patients are estimated to be as much as $100 Billion."Don't miss out on this one; the financial windfall could be huge!


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