Greg Secker is a, father, entrepreneur, philanthropist, master trader as well as an international speaker. The business mogul, who was born in 1975, became a millionaire at a very young age. He is one of the most respected entrepreneurs in forex trading. In 2003, he founded a company called the Knowledge to Action Group. The Group comprises the following top companies: Learn to Trade, SmartCharts Software, Capital Index and FX Capital. Additionally, Greg Secker also established the Greg Secker Foundation whose aim is to impact on the lives of poor people all around the world.
What most people do not know about Greg Secker is that he started his career working for someone else. He started off at Thomas Cook Financial Services before he ran Virtual Trading Desk, an online forex trading arena. The concept at VTD was to ensure that customers got real-time information and quotes in relation to forex transactions.
Greg Secker’s career continued to flourish and he got the VP position at Mellon Financial Corporation which was one of the most reputed investment banks at the time. While at Melon, Greg worked with some of the greatest minds in the business. With the information that he got while working at Mellon, Greg decided to leave the bank and start his own business. In just a few months, he founded Learn to Trade and the business later grew with various branches in Australia, London, South Africa and even the Philippines.
Learn to Trade has grown over the past 13 years and it has helped over 200 000 people to access and build their knowledge in forex trading. Learn to Trade has received recognition all over the world and in 2012 and 2013 it was awarded the Best educator Award by the famous World Finance Magazine. Greg’s other company, Knowledge to Action, has won various awards, among them the London Excellence Awards in 2009.
With his companies and organization, Greg Secker continues to change the lives of many people across the globe. He also gets time to give motivational talks to those who wish to follow in his footsteps.