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June 9, 2014

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September 2004Tiger TalesSuddenly wealthy entrepreneurs who are at a total loss as to what to do with their newmoney have an ally. Michael Sonnenfeldt, a former entrepreneur himself, oversees TheInvestment Group for Exceptional Returns in the 21st Century, or Tiger 21. Described bySonnenfeldt as a peer-to-peer learning group for affluent investors, Tiger 21 now runsthree (soon to be four) groups, each with a cap of 12 members. Monthly meetings areheld in New York, but include members from around the country. Group attendees help eachother not only choose investments, but also address other crucial issues they face,from how to bring up children to what to do with the next phase of their lives.Membership is not for everyone. Tiger 21 candidates must have an investable networth of $10 million to $100 million, and pay annual dues of $20,000. For more informationcall 1-888-TIGER-21 or visit www.tiger21.com.