Money Earned and Money Gifted: Entrepreneur and Philanthropist Greg SeckerMay 29, 2017 - Author: steph - No Comments
Greg Secker is the sort of once in a lifetime entrepreneur with an enviable edge for the capital world. His field of expertise is The Foreign Exchange market, also called the Forex Market. With years of experience working with some of the best financial gurus and traders alike and millions in his personal trading account, most anyone would be interested to know just what his secret is. Lucky enough, Greg is a man who likes to share and has devoted an entire corner of his professional life to showing people just how they might have some measure of success in the fast-paced world of trading.
Secker had a quick start in the financial field with Thomas Cook Financial Services before starting his own business in Foreign Exchange. His success on the Forex Market eventually led him to become the Vice President of then Fortune 500 investment bank, Mellon Financial Services. During his time with Mellon, he honed his trading craft and mastered it to the point that his personal account grew to be worth millions. He decided to leave Mellon and again made his own business venture which has since become the world leader in trading education – a company called LearnToTrade. With seminars and training courses on the best strategies, and with the use of their software SmartCharts, LearnToTrade promises to teach anyone how they can make a suitable second or even primary income in the world of Forex Trading.
Since his financial success had its take-off, Secker has also made it a point to give back to the world. He started the Knowledge to Action Foundation, a foundation that has committed to improving communities and the quality of life for the people in those communities. They have launched several initiatives since their inception. One prime example of how they use their skill in trading to provide is the 24-hour Tradeathon event, in which 200 traders took four-hour shifts, trading non-stop for a full 24 hours. The Knowledge to Action Foundation not only received the revenue from ticket sales to attend but all of the brokerage fees incurred during the event. Since the first Tradeathon in 2013, the foundation has run several just like it across the map.