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Subject: [Vserver] STOCK-MARKET Investors - OSSI, the Next
Ditech,LendingTree,or Countrywide? You Have To See the Barchart Indicators
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Tue, 15 Jun 2004 12:52:56 -0500

Equity Spoltight: OSF Financial Services - OSSI

Could OSSI be the next Ditech, Lending Tree, E-Loan, or Countrywide?
Countrywide UP 23,000% since 1982, 156% in last year alone.

BREAKING NEWS---We Last profiled OSSI on March 16 of this year when it was
at .016. In just one day it went to .035. At that time it looked as if
there was no limit, but heavy pressure from sellers stopped it from going
any higher. Since then, volume has tapered off dramatically and it is our
opinion that the sellers have all but disappeared. OSSI is once again in
the same trading range as before, and we believe could possibly go even
higher than in March. Still, even if it only does as well as in March, that
is over a 100 percent gain for the short-term investor.

The CHART INDICATORS are through the roof on OSSI. See CHART INDICATORS for
OSSI below.

2003 saw one of the the biggest booms in real estate history. Homeownership
is at its highest level ever at 68%, and experts are predicting 2004 will be
even bigger. In fact, since 2000 the stocks of the ten financial companies
that dominate mortgages have risen an average of 78%. You have all heard of
such companies as Ditech, Lending Tree, E-Loan, and Countrywide. These
companies are riding the current wave of record refinancing, posting record
revenues and phenomenal gains. For you, the investor, it may very well be
too late to get in on the ground floor of these already well-known entities.
But is it too late for you to get into this market at all? Absolutely not.

OSF Financial Services - OSSI - is just now getting its legs and will soon
be up and running at full speed. Here is your chance to get in while the
getting is good.

To illustrate the rise in stock prices per the real estate boom of 2003, we
can use as an example Countrywide Financial. 77% of Countrywide's pre-tax
earnings are derived from mortg. banking. Net earnings went from 842
million dollars for the 12 months ended 12/31/2002 to a whopping 2 billion,
373 million dollars for 12 months ended 12/31/2003, with diluted earnings
per share going from 4.87 in 2002 to 12.47 in 2003.

52-week Range - 37.96 - 97.30

Fourth quarter highlights include the following:
Consolidated net earnings reached 564 million dollars, advancing 121 percent
over fourth quarter last year.

Earnings per diluted share increased 89 percent over last year to 2.74, the
Company's second highest quarter on record. Notably, the Company's Liquid
Yield Option Notes became convertible during the fourth quarter, resulting
in an upswing in the number of diluted shares outstanding for the quarter of
10.4 million. This had a dilutive effect on fourth quarter earnings of 0.14
per share and on annual earnings of 0.17 per share.

Pre-tax earnings from Diversified Businesses were 246 million dollars, a
gain of 122 percent over last year's fourth quarter.


Countrywide Financial was established in 1969, but you can see an astounding
rise in stock value came last year, coinciding with a never before seen real
estate boom. Just last year alone stock value was up an est. %156.

According to Shawn Tully from FORTUNE Magazine:

"Most amazing of all is that Countrywide boasts the best stock market
performance of any financial services company in the FORTUNE 500, measured
from the start of the Great Bull Market over two decades ago. During that
period, it has delivered investors a 23,000% return-yes, 23,000% -or 30% a
year, so that shareholders now have over $230,000 for every $1,000 they
invested in late 1982. It handily beat superstars WaMu, Wal-Mart, and Warren
Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway (all around 15,000%)."

The time has come and gone to get in early with Countrywide, but the time is
right for OSSI.


Exponential Moving Average (EMA) - VERY BULLISH


Fibonacci (FIB) Analysis - BULLISH

TDD Analysis - BULLISH


Composite Indicator
   Trend Spotter (TM) BUY - Direction: STRONGEST
Short Term Indicators
   7 Day Average Directional Indicator BUY - Direction: STRONGEST
   10 - 8 Day Moving Average Hilo Channel BUY - Direction: STRONGEST
   20 Day Moving Average vs Price BUY - Direction: STRONGEST
   20 - 50 Day MACD Oscillator Hold - Direction: Steady
   20 Day Bollinger Bands BUY - Direction: STRONGEST
Short Term Indicators Average: 80% - BUY

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