Presented by Gregory Collier   © 2011, Gregory Collier. All Rights Reserved.
Gregory Collier and Collier Capital Advisors makeno warranties or representations of any kindconcerning the accuracy or su...
Gregory CollierProfessional Investor, Analyst, and Entrepreneur   Florida State University, B.S., Finance, 1990    Manhatt...
I’ve worked for
I’ve worked for
served as consultant and/or advised                                      6
served as consultant and/or advised                                      7
I’ve held many roles and titles
in many departments and divisions
I’ve faced much adversity
and I’ve had some success
440% realized gain* in 26 days*Net of Commission; not a typical return                                                  12
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Gregory Collier
If someone tells you that you can’t dosomething                                         17
. . .don’t believe them                      18
If I listened to people, or their non-constructive criticism                                         19
. . .I would not be where I am today                                   20
and today life is good   21
but I wasn’t smiling when I graduated in 1990   22
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October 15, 1990     October 13, 2008          Bad      Worse                                        25
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New York City     South Florida VP @ Citigroup   Consultant in Miami                                        27
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I Had my 3rdemergency surgery    in 3 years              29
My consulting assignment ended                                 30
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Professional Investor                        37
Short-term trading   Long-term investing                                         38
Short-term trading             Long-term investing    Equities, ADRs, and ETFs                                         ...
Short-term trading                 Long-term investing    Equities, ADRs, and ETFs                                 Bon...
StrategiesGlobal Macro Long/Short        Fundamental Analysis                 Technical Analysis                       ...
Hedge risks with options                            42
Not an easy way to make money, otherwiseeveryone could do it                                           43
In my opinion, the key factor in being asuccessful trader or investor is managing risks                                   ...
Before looking at individual securities . . .          I develop an asset allocation strategy                             ...
Fundamental AnalysisMy top considerations  • FORWARD Earnings Yield  • Interest rates (current and expected)  • Inflation ...
Earnings Yield ≠ Forward Earnings Yield                                          47
Earnings Yield      EY* = (EPS/Stock Price) x 100           Current EPS                     Current Stock Price*Equals the...
Forward Earnings Yield  FEY = (EPS1 / Average Stock Price) x 100Anticipated EPS   (x)day weighted Moving Average Price    ...
Forward Earnings YieldGives a basis to     • Compare equities vs fixed income     • Assess dividend safety     • Forecast ...
My top strategies• Gap Trading• Pivot Points: playing support &  resistance levels                                    51
Global Macro StrategySupersedes all other strategies  Take a global view & use economic theory to  make decisions         ...
Collier Capital Advisors is an independentregistered investment advisory firm                                             53
 Serve the needs of      Businesses      Institutional Investors      and Private Clients   In the areas of          ...
Goal is to help all Americans participatein the capital markets, and navigate themarkets with knowledge, skill, andappropr...
 fee only                       charge by the hour advice only                        no custody of                   ...
How did I get to where I am now?                               57
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FSU graduates can compete withAnyone, Anytime, Anywhere. . .                                 61
College RankingsI’ve worked for and with graduates fromamong the world’s Top Ranked Schools                               ...
. . .many are Brilliant                          63
but the intelligence of some is highly Overrated                                            64
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FSU GraduatesDon’t settle for mediocrity. . .. . .there is no level of achievement beyondyour capability                  ...
Planning is essential for success. . .I started with a personal achievement plan                                          ...
you must   haveconfidence       68
• No easy way to create• Easy to destroy                          69
EducationPlanning         Confidence                 70
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“Embrace change, evenwhen the change slapsyou in the face”-Advice of the Word’s Oldest                       ManSource: Th...
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Uncertainty will always exist                                75
Statistical analysis can help in makingdecisions, but the decisions made will notalways be correct due to uncertainty     ...
I Challenged Myself                      77
If I do what others are capable of doing, but notwilling to do, I will always be a winner                                 ...
Positive Mental Attitude                           79
I believed if I could maintain my focus, I wascapable of overcoming any obstacle Iencountered                             ...
Overcome Fears                 81
"If fear dominates your thoughts, youre not going tosee opportunities that are available to you."                         ...
1   Embrace change    2   Challenge yourself        3       Remain positive            4        Overcome fears            ...
2008I had a difficult recovery from surgery – I wasvery sick                                                  84
I was unemployed at the worst time to beunemployed                                           85
I could not find a job in Florida                                    86
and job prospects in New York weren’t good                                             87
I was depressed                  88
My ContactsPeople were avoiding me - some people wereintentionally working against me, includingfriends, former co-workers...
FriendsMany friends wanted to see me fail – thishurt more than anything                                            90
Many friends wanted to see me fail – thishurt more than anythingSo I ended many long-term friendships                     ...
Job Interviews: Some were vicious in nature                                              92
I was subjected to an extreme lack of                      professionalism                                    93
Bridges were burned                      94
People criticized me for moving to Florida                                             95
People told me I was dumb to leaveNew York City                                     96
Some people found humor in the fact that Iwas sick & unemployed                                             97
I had far fewer friends and allies than I thought                                                    98
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“When youreplaying against astacked deck,compete evenharder. Show theworld how muchyoull fight for thewinners circle. If y...
1   Work hard    2       Stay focused        3       Fight through adversity                                          105
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2008Chaos        107
I chose to increase my level of communityservice . . .                                            108
I chose to become more active in the politicalprocess                                             109
• Global capital markets tumbled• People panicked                                   110
I startedtrading in the short-term                            111
and continued toinvest for the long-term                           112
Because corporate Americadoes not control my destiny                              113
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I started a small business                             119
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1    Give back to your community      2              Have a political voice: VOTE          3                        Build ...
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1st job post-graduation = Bus Boy                                    135
I took a 24 hour bus ride to Manhattan  The cheapest mode of travel, I was more interested in saving money,  than personal...
Some decisions will impact your entire        life                  137
Hired by a bank in customer service. . .           . . .job to start in 1 month                                           ...
took a 2 week temporary job in theinterim, as a Filing Clerk                                     139
took a 2 week temporary job in theinterim, as a Filing Clerk                                     140
SALARY = $8 / hourMinimum Wage = $4.25  Lots of paper cuts                       141
“temp” job was on a Fixed Income                     trading floor                                 142
I was asked to stay beyond 2    weeks, so I turned down the higher    paying job                                    Merger...
Greatopportunity  to learn              144
Fixed IncomeWhere many of the high paying jobs on WallStreet are were                                             145
Fixed IncomeThere are more equity transactions on a dailybasis. . .                                            146
. . .but the daily dollar value of Fixed Incometransactions exceeds that of equities                                      ...
Progress• Within a short period of time, I was hired full  time• Within a year I was an operations manager,  managing a co...
“Never let your present circumstancesdetermine your future success”Mark MayberyPresident & CEO, Exam Expertswww.examexpert...
Prepare for TomorrowThough I didn’t earn much on a NY scale,within 3 years I had saved 100% of my annualincome (on a pre-t...
Networking• Not just about getting a job or promotion• Can help you build alliances• Can give you great ideas             ...
1994       152
I met with a real-estate client of my mother                                               153
Fx TraderThe gentleman traded currencies from his home inLondon as a 2nd career                                           ...
Time Magazine: July 24, 1994 New Possibilities                               155
1994I mapped out a plan to trade for a living, I needed:1. Knowledge (most important)2. Capital                           ...
1.   Learn the trading strategies professionals use2.   Earn a MBA3.   Master trading technology4.   Retire from corporate...
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Trading for an Investment Bank• Tiny window of opportunity• Usually requires a MBA from a top ranked  school and/or a stro...
Trading for an Investment BankMany investment banks are continuing todown-size, some are closing proprietarytrading desks ...
Hedge Funds. . .sending many job inquiries to Hedge Fundsand Private Equity firms for a limited numberof opportunities    ...
Key Experiences
Operations•Operational experience                •Product knowledge &                          •Staff management experienc...
Operations & Trade Support•Exposure to industry-wide committee work and   •Program Trading desk                           ...
Trade Support•Exposure to position management     •Functional design & testing of trading systems                         ...
Technology Development•Exposure to full Software Development Life-Cycle (SDLC)     •Business analysis           •Automated...
Sr. Business Analyst, Smith Barney    -Retail E-Commerce Development    -Prime Brokerage Systems •Exposure to developing r...
Vice President, Global Wealth Management  Software Quality Assurance Management      -Private Bank      -Prime Brokerage  ...
Graduate Business Degrees                                 I’m a               Me too!         Master of                   ...
“An MBA means nothing if you don’t go to Harvardor Yale”  -told to me by a Lehman Brothers Traders Assistant              ...
“An MBA means nothing if you don’t go to Harvardor Yale”  -told to me by a Lehman Brothers Traders Assistant     Who lost ...
The Lehman Traders gave me a standing ovationwhen they found out I was pursuing a MBApart-time       Education has value  ...
The traders took me out for drinks and dinnerto congratulate me                                            173
The Lehman Traders had MBAsfrom top 5 schools – none caredthat I was not attending a top 5school – they were proud I tooks...
If you pursue graduate level education, Isuggest you have realistic expectations ofwhat you will get out it               ...
For me the focus was acquiring knowledge,not the expectation of a higher paying job                                       ...
For me the focus was acquiring knowledge,not the expectation of a higher paying job   Though higher compensation did come ...
Graduate business educationin and of itself will not makeyou a stellar investor, greattrader, good manager, goodemployee, ...
but it will improve your skill set                                     179
and with an improved skill set, you’rebetter prepared to capitalize onopportunities                                       ...
440% realized gain* in 26 days*Net of Commission; not a typical return                                                  181
When opportunity stares you in the face, youcan watch it pass you by, or you can capitalize                               ...
"Dont miss the time in your life to doextraordinary things. This is your timenow.“            -Kasim Reed, Mayor of Atlant...
The Janitor’s Sons• A book I’m authoring &  self publishing• Will distribute for free to  at-risk youth• My goal is to hel...
“Follow your dreams, dont listen to non-constructive criticism, dont live withinparameters of mediocrity defined by others...
www.GregoryCollier.com                   www.Collier-Capital.com                   Greg@GregoryCollier.com                ...
References• Time Magazine          • profi-forex.us• Reuters                • The Farmington Observer• The Associated Pres...
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  1. 1. Presented by Gregory Collier © 2011, Gregory Collier. All Rights Reserved.
  2. 2. Gregory Collier and Collier Capital Advisors makeno warranties or representations of any kindconcerning the accuracy or suitability of theinformation contained herein for any purpose.Recommendations, information, and forecasts,including trading and investment techniquesmentioned in our articles, presentations, blogs orwebsites, cannot guarantee future accuracy orresults. Greg Collier and Collier Capital Advisorswill not be liable for any decision you make, oraction you take based upon reliance on anyinformation contained herein. 2
  3. 3. Gregory CollierProfessional Investor, Analyst, and Entrepreneur Florida State University, B.S., Finance, 1990 Manhattan College, M.B.A., Finance, 1999
  4. 4. I’ve worked for
  5. 5. I’ve worked for
  6. 6. served as consultant and/or advised 6
  7. 7. served as consultant and/or advised 7
  8. 8. I’ve held many roles and titles
  9. 9. in many departments and divisions
  10. 10. I’ve faced much adversity
  11. 11. and I’ve had some success
  12. 12. 440% realized gain* in 26 days*Net of Commission; not a typical return 12
  13. 13. 13
  14. 14. 14
  15. 15. 15
  16. 16. Gregory Collier
  17. 17. If someone tells you that you can’t dosomething 17
  18. 18. . . .don’t believe them 18
  19. 19. If I listened to people, or their non-constructive criticism 19
  20. 20. . . .I would not be where I am today 20
  21. 21. and today life is good 21
  22. 22. but I wasn’t smiling when I graduated in 1990 22
  23. 23. 23
  24. 24. 24
  25. 25. October 15, 1990 October 13, 2008 Bad Worse 25
  26. 26. 26
  27. 27. New York City South Florida VP @ Citigroup Consultant in Miami 27
  28. 28. 28
  29. 29. I Had my 3rdemergency surgery in 3 years 29
  30. 30. My consulting assignment ended 30
  31. 31. 31
  32. 32. 32
  33. 33. 33
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  35. 35. 35
  36. 36. 36
  37. 37. Professional Investor 37
  38. 38. Short-term trading Long-term investing 38
  39. 39. Short-term trading Long-term investing  Equities, ADRs, and ETFs 39
  40. 40. Short-term trading Long-term investing  Equities, ADRs, and ETFs  Bonds, Bond Funds 40
  41. 41. StrategiesGlobal Macro Long/Short Fundamental Analysis Technical Analysis 41
  42. 42. Hedge risks with options 42
  43. 43. Not an easy way to make money, otherwiseeveryone could do it 43
  44. 44. In my opinion, the key factor in being asuccessful trader or investor is managing risks 44
  45. 45. Before looking at individual securities . . . I develop an asset allocation strategy 45
  46. 46. Fundamental AnalysisMy top considerations • FORWARD Earnings Yield • Interest rates (current and expected) • Inflation (current and expected) 46
  47. 47. Earnings Yield ≠ Forward Earnings Yield 47
  48. 48. Earnings Yield EY* = (EPS/Stock Price) x 100 Current EPS Current Stock Price*Equals the reciprocal of the PE ratio: (1 / PE Ratio) x 100 48
  49. 49. Forward Earnings Yield FEY = (EPS1 / Average Stock Price) x 100Anticipated EPS (x)day weighted Moving Average Price x = 50, 200, etc. 49
  50. 50. Forward Earnings YieldGives a basis to • Compare equities vs fixed income • Assess dividend safety • Forecast earnings growth rates • Determine inherent value 50
  51. 51. My top strategies• Gap Trading• Pivot Points: playing support & resistance levels 51
  52. 52. Global Macro StrategySupersedes all other strategies Take a global view & use economic theory to make decisions 52
  53. 53. Collier Capital Advisors is an independentregistered investment advisory firm 53
  54. 54.  Serve the needs of Businesses Institutional Investors and Private Clients In the areas of wealth management customized market analysis idea generation and risk management 54
  55. 55. Goal is to help all Americans participatein the capital markets, and navigate themarkets with knowledge, skill, andappropriate risk management 55
  56. 56.  fee only  charge by the hour advice only  no custody of client assets  Do not sell or market financial products 56
  57. 57. How did I get to where I am now? 57
  58. 58. 58
  59. 59. 59
  60. 60. 60
  61. 61. FSU graduates can compete withAnyone, Anytime, Anywhere. . . 61
  62. 62. College RankingsI’ve worked for and with graduates fromamong the world’s Top Ranked Schools 62
  63. 63. . . .many are Brilliant 63
  64. 64. but the intelligence of some is highly Overrated 64
  65. 65. 65
  66. 66. FSU GraduatesDon’t settle for mediocrity. . .. . .there is no level of achievement beyondyour capability 66
  67. 67. Planning is essential for success. . .I started with a personal achievement plan 67
  68. 68. you must haveconfidence 68
  69. 69. • No easy way to create• Easy to destroy 69
  70. 70. EducationPlanning Confidence 70
  71. 71. 71
  72. 72. 72
  73. 73. “Embrace change, evenwhen the change slapsyou in the face”-Advice of the Word’s Oldest ManSource: The Associated Press,http://tinyurl.com/4yoha8z 73
  74. 74. 74
  75. 75. Uncertainty will always exist 75
  76. 76. Statistical analysis can help in makingdecisions, but the decisions made will notalways be correct due to uncertainty 76
  77. 77. I Challenged Myself 77
  78. 78. If I do what others are capable of doing, but notwilling to do, I will always be a winner 78
  79. 79. Positive Mental Attitude 79
  80. 80. I believed if I could maintain my focus, I wascapable of overcoming any obstacle Iencountered 80
  81. 81. Overcome Fears 81
  82. 82. "If fear dominates your thoughts, youre not going tosee opportunities that are available to you." How I Trade Options - Jon "Dr. J." Najarian 82
  83. 83. 1 Embrace change 2 Challenge yourself 3 Remain positive 4 Overcome fears 83
  84. 84. 2008I had a difficult recovery from surgery – I wasvery sick 84
  85. 85. I was unemployed at the worst time to beunemployed 85
  86. 86. I could not find a job in Florida 86
  87. 87. and job prospects in New York weren’t good 87
  88. 88. I was depressed 88
  89. 89. My ContactsPeople were avoiding me - some people wereintentionally working against me, includingfriends, former co-workers, and former bosses 89
  90. 90. FriendsMany friends wanted to see me fail – thishurt more than anything 90
  91. 91. Many friends wanted to see me fail – thishurt more than anythingSo I ended many long-term friendships 91
  92. 92. Job Interviews: Some were vicious in nature 92
  93. 93. I was subjected to an extreme lack of professionalism 93
  94. 94. Bridges were burned 94
  95. 95. People criticized me for moving to Florida 95
  96. 96. People told me I was dumb to leaveNew York City 96
  97. 97. Some people found humor in the fact that Iwas sick & unemployed 97
  98. 98. I had far fewer friends and allies than I thought 98
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  100. 100. 100
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  103. 103. 103
  104. 104. “When youreplaying against astacked deck,compete evenharder. Show theworld how muchyoull fight for thewinners circle. If youdo, someday . . . thecards will be stackedin your favor.” -Pat Riley 104
  105. 105. 1 Work hard 2 Stay focused 3 Fight through adversity 105
  106. 106. 106
  107. 107. 2008Chaos 107
  108. 108. I chose to increase my level of communityservice . . . 108
  109. 109. I chose to become more active in the politicalprocess 109
  110. 110. • Global capital markets tumbled• People panicked 110
  111. 111. I startedtrading in the short-term 111
  112. 112. and continued toinvest for the long-term 112
  113. 113. Because corporate Americadoes not control my destiny 113
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  116. 116. 116
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  118. 118. 118
  119. 119. I started a small business 119
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  133. 133. 1 Give back to your community 2 Have a political voice: VOTE 3 Build alliances 133
  134. 134. 134
  135. 135. 1st job post-graduation = Bus Boy 135
  136. 136. I took a 24 hour bus ride to Manhattan The cheapest mode of travel, I was more interested in saving money, than personal comfort 136
  137. 137. Some decisions will impact your entire life 137
  138. 138. Hired by a bank in customer service. . . . . .job to start in 1 month 138
  139. 139. took a 2 week temporary job in theinterim, as a Filing Clerk 139
  140. 140. took a 2 week temporary job in theinterim, as a Filing Clerk 140
  141. 141. SALARY = $8 / hourMinimum Wage = $4.25 Lots of paper cuts 141
  142. 142. “temp” job was on a Fixed Income trading floor 142
  143. 143. I was asked to stay beyond 2 weeks, so I turned down the higher paying job Merger**Merged with Chemical Bank in 1991, acquiring the Chemical name 143
  144. 144. Greatopportunity to learn 144
  145. 145. Fixed IncomeWhere many of the high paying jobs on WallStreet are were 145
  146. 146. Fixed IncomeThere are more equity transactions on a dailybasis. . . 146
  147. 147. . . .but the daily dollar value of Fixed Incometransactions exceeds that of equities 147
  148. 148. Progress• Within a short period of time, I was hired full time• Within a year I was an operations manager, managing a confirmation unit 148
  149. 149. “Never let your present circumstancesdetermine your future success”Mark MayberyPresident & CEO, Exam Expertswww.examexperts.com 149
  150. 150. Prepare for TomorrowThough I didn’t earn much on a NY scale,within 3 years I had saved 100% of my annualincome (on a pre-tax basis) 150
  151. 151. Networking• Not just about getting a job or promotion• Can help you build alliances• Can give you great ideas 151
  152. 152. 1994 152
  153. 153. I met with a real-estate client of my mother 153
  154. 154. Fx TraderThe gentleman traded currencies from his home inLondon as a 2nd career 154
  155. 155. Time Magazine: July 24, 1994 New Possibilities 155
  156. 156. 1994I mapped out a plan to trade for a living, I needed:1. Knowledge (most important)2. Capital 156
  157. 157. 1. Learn the trading strategies professionals use2. Earn a MBA3. Master trading technology4. Retire from corporate America by 505. Trade as a 2nd career6. Start some businesses that generate positive cash flow 157
  158. 158. 158
  159. 159. Trading for an Investment Bank• Tiny window of opportunity• Usually requires a MBA from a top ranked school and/or a strong mathematical background, plus often knowing someone important 159
  160. 160. Trading for an Investment BankMany investment banks are continuing todown-size, some are closing proprietarytrading desks altogether. . . 160
  161. 161. Hedge Funds. . .sending many job inquiries to Hedge Fundsand Private Equity firms for a limited numberof opportunities 161
  162. 162. Key Experiences
  163. 163. Operations•Operational experience •Product knowledge & •Staff management experience 163
  164. 164. Operations & Trade Support•Exposure to industry-wide committee work and •Program Trading desk 164
  165. 165. Trade Support•Exposure to position management •Functional design & testing of trading systems 165
  166. 166. Technology Development•Exposure to full Software Development Life-Cycle (SDLC) •Business analysis •Automated testing tools •Project management & •Consulting 166
  167. 167. Sr. Business Analyst, Smith Barney -Retail E-Commerce Development -Prime Brokerage Systems •Exposure to developing retail trading systems & hedge fund support systems •Customized analysis, reporting, and presenting to Sr. Managers •Personally created a monthly report for the vice-chairman of marketing 167
  168. 168. Vice President, Global Wealth Management Software Quality Assurance Management -Private Bank -Prime Brokerage -Compliance -Investment Research -Stock Plans•Developed, implemented and monitored methods to ensurequality•Responsible for the project management process & I.T. governance 168
  169. 169. Graduate Business Degrees I’m a Me too! Master of FinanceI’m an MBA #^%@! 169
  170. 170. “An MBA means nothing if you don’t go to Harvardor Yale” -told to me by a Lehman Brothers Traders Assistant 170
  171. 171. “An MBA means nothing if you don’t go to Harvardor Yale” -told to me by a Lehman Brothers Traders Assistant Who lost his job when Lehman went bankrupt 171
  172. 172. The Lehman Traders gave me a standing ovationwhen they found out I was pursuing a MBApart-time Education has value 172
  173. 173. The traders took me out for drinks and dinnerto congratulate me 173
  174. 174. The Lehman Traders had MBAsfrom top 5 schools – none caredthat I was not attending a top 5school – they were proud I tooksuch an important step 174
  175. 175. If you pursue graduate level education, Isuggest you have realistic expectations ofwhat you will get out it 175
  176. 176. For me the focus was acquiring knowledge,not the expectation of a higher paying job 176
  177. 177. For me the focus was acquiring knowledge,not the expectation of a higher paying job Though higher compensation did come 177
  178. 178. Graduate business educationin and of itself will not makeyou a stellar investor, greattrader, good manager, goodemployee, guarantee a goodjob, or ensure entrepreneurialsuccess 178
  179. 179. but it will improve your skill set 179
  180. 180. and with an improved skill set, you’rebetter prepared to capitalize onopportunities 180
  181. 181. 440% realized gain* in 26 days*Net of Commission; not a typical return 181
  182. 182. When opportunity stares you in the face, youcan watch it pass you by, or you can capitalize 182
  183. 183. "Dont miss the time in your life to doextraordinary things. This is your timenow.“ -Kasim Reed, Mayor of Atlanta 183
  184. 184. The Janitor’s Sons• A book I’m authoring & self publishing• Will distribute for free to at-risk youth• My goal is to help youth who don’t believe in themselves, achieve to their level of capability 184
  185. 185. “Follow your dreams, dont listen to non-constructive criticism, dont live withinparameters of mediocrity defined by others,and success will stare you right in the face: gograb it” -Greg Collier 185
  186. 186. www.GregoryCollier.com www.Collier-Capital.com Greg@GregoryCollier.com @GregoryCollier www.slideshare.net/GregoryCoPresented by Gregory Collier © 2011, Gregory Collier. All Rights Reserved.
  187. 187. References• Time Magazine • profi-forex.us• Reuters • The Farmington Observer• The Associated Press • Exam Experts• CNBC.com • Emptythebench.com• StockedPhotos.com • Allaboutjazz.com• Boxedart.com • louisvilleartdeco.com• Clipart.com • Bradley Collier’s massive• Coloring-Pages- toy collection Kids.com • Greg Collier’s personal• sonofthesouth.net photo collection• Posh24.com • Anyone I forgot is an• Thefatwhiteguy.com unintentional oversight 187

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