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Super-Hot Mining Play<br>
Mining Companies Scoring With Record Earnings<br>
And Industry-Wide Merger-Mania Positions<br>
UDVE with Huge Reserves to Jump 500% !<br>
Analysts confirm mining boom on record bottom line <br>
<p>United Development International (UDVE) controls one <br>
of the largest gold mining properties in Guyana <br>
(South America). Recent geological data has confirmed <br>
PROVEN RESERVES of over 400,000 ounces of gold with a <br>
value of over $100 MILLION.<br>
PriceWaterhouseCoopers head analyst for mining, Paul <br>
Murphy, stated just last month, &quot;We seem to be at the <br>
start of the first mining boom of the 21st century.</p>
<p>&quot; This statement accompanied the PriceWaterhouse report <br>
detailing the record doubling of net-profits for mining <br>
companies in 2003 with an even brighter outlook for 2004.<br>
Hot gold plays are no longer taking a back seat, and UDVE <br>
is a prime example of a winner about to explode trading <br>
at .07 that should be trading at .50! UDVE is currently <br>
in production of high-grade gold ore while generating <br>
revenues and positive cash flow.<br>
Major Headlines and Highlights- July 29, 2004: UDVE Completes <br>
Bulk Sampling Producing a Total of 1,311 Ounces of Gold. <br>
This initial sampling validates recent estimates of $140 <br>
MILLION Revenue Forecast from UDVE operating properties!<br>
Merger Activity is heightened with the rise of gold mining <br>
company gains!</p>
<p>Gold prices that huddled near $250 in '99 are now showing <br>
strength again near $400 after reaching $430. <br>
UDVE has begun to heat up by jumping from .04 to .08 on <br>
large block accumulation.</p>
<p>REUTERS Newswire reported last quarter that mergers and <br>
acquisitions are becoming more frequent in gold mining <br>
companies with the expectation of that trend increasing. <br>
Large-cap fund managers and securities analysts agree that <br>
the junior mining group is especially more vulnerable to a <br>
buy-out or takeover scenario in today's healthy mining <br>
<p>We believe that UDVE is a serious takeover target as the <br>
price for this undervalued asset play has not even come <br>
close to reaching its true potential. Based on the value <br>
of their proven reserves, we should see .25 right away <br>
with even greater significant upside to match the fast-paced <br>
growth of the Company.</p>
<p>Please read this required data: The information and opinions <br>
in the preceding newsletter are based on sources believed to <br>
be reliable but no representation is made to its accuracy or <br>
completeness. Past performance is not an indication of similar <br>
future results. This report is a paid profile and is for <br>
information purposes only and should not be used as the basis <br>
for any investment decision. The publisher has been compensated <br>
ten thousand dollars for the preparation of this profile and for <br>
continuing coverage of the featured company. The publisher is <br>
not a market advisor and this profile is not to be considered <br>
financial advice. This information is neither a solicitation to <br>
buy nor an offer to sell securities. Information herein contains <br>
future-looking statements and is subject to significant risks <br>
and uncertainties. There are no shares being held of the <br>
featured company, and there will be no participation in the <br>
trading of any featured company.</p>

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