Since the early age of six years old, Mr Collard dreamed of being an Investment broker. He studied the Wall Street Journal from an early age and upon completing an undergraduate degree and post-graduate work in Finance, he embarked upon his dream at age 22.
Mr William R Collard III's experience ranges from working on the trading floor of the Chicago Board of Trade to managing an office for a large regional Securities firm. A third generation Investment broker, Mr Collard has held licenses in Stocks, Bonds, Mutual Funds, Insurance and Commodity Futures. He has been offered prestigious positions with many Major brokerage firms.
Realizing that Commodity Futures was his primary interest, he dropped his other licenses to become a Specialist in the Futures markets, rather than a "jack of all trades".
This decision has yielded a Veteran Commodity trader of over 39 years.
Special points of interest:
Managed Futures Accounts
Instantaneous Order "fills" in most markets
24 hour Trading
Guaranteed Introducing Broker at well established firm.
Present issues facing Investors:
Massive "derivative" exposure at Banks & Brokerage firms!
Europe's Unemployment Rate-double digit!
C D's offering insulting yields!
International "Bond" Bubble
Housing market on "shaky" ground
U S Cities facing bankruptcy!
Highest level of Individual Bankruptcies ever
Timing & Value Winners find Ways; Losers find Excuses!
Timing: Is critical to any Successful venture. When to get in, when to get out and even more importantly: When to stand aside. This is where most Investors fail ... Not having the patience to either stay in an Investment and allow it to mature in "Value" and/or: Not being able to be out of the markets
* Past Performance does not guarantee futures success. Risk is present in all Investments
The risk of loss in trading futures and/or options is substantial and each investor and/or trader must consider whether this is a suitable investment. Past performance, whether actual or indicated by simulated historical tests of strategies, is not indicative of futures results.