Greg Secker’s Business and Philanthropy Achievements

Greg is an expert trader, entrepreneur, philanthropist, international speaker and a father. He is the founder of the Knowledge to Action Group which became operational in 2003. The entity consists of the following companies; Learn to Trade, SmartCharts, Capital Index and FX Capital.

Greg’s most proud achievement is the Greg Secker Foundation whose aim is to improve people’s quality of life. He has received many awards in respect to his philanthropic work. He even made it to the list of the Top 20 Most Influential Philanthropists & Social Entrepreneurs and got nominated as a finalist in the National CSR Awards.

He started his career at Cook Financial services before moving to the foreign exchange business to a new company called Virtual Trading Desk – the first online real-time Forex trading platform. He later joined a Fortune 500 investment bank, Mellon Financial Corporation, as a Vice President. While at the bank, his trading account grew to an extent he quit the job and set up his trading entity. This was the birth of Learn to Trade. The company has received many awards including the Best Educator Award by World Finance Magazine.

Mr Secker’s latest entrepreneurial venture is the launch of SmartCharts, Capital Index, and FX Capital. This is a trading innovation that aims to simplify the process by adding a degree of interaction, performance, functionality and ease of use. In addition to his technical skills, Greg is an international sort after speaker who has appeared on major market channels like CNBC and Bloomberg.

Greg Secker has no typical day. He juggles between the multiple companies remotely from home. He mostly travels when he is booked on stage to give motivational talks. What excites him most in the technological space is the freedom of choice that comes with it. People can now opt for the brands, products, and services they desire without the intervention and influence of the mainstream media.

Greg’s most productive habit is thinking. From his observation, the society puts more emphasis on getting stuff done without taking the time to find ways of doing it better. If he were to start over, Greg would take more time to appreciate the journey and not rush through life in a crazy pace as he did.



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