Greg Secker was born in 1975. Besides being an entrepreneur, he is an international speaker as well as a master trader too. He is a philanthropist who loves playing his role as a father. He had founded the Knowledge to Action Group in 2003. This is not just one company but rather a gathering of many companies. These are Learn to Trade, besides Smart Chart Software, along with the Capital Index, as well as The Greg Secker Foundation. The purpose of all these organizations is to work together and teach people how they can trade in a better way and improve their lives accordingly.
He has a humble background. Greg Secker started his career with Thomas Cook Financial services. Then he moved on and joined a foreign exchange. This was where he created The Virtual Trading Desk. It was something that was unique and different. It was a platform that offered a Forex trading system that was acting in real-time and was available online. With this program, the traders could get the quotes for foreign exchange transactions which were real-time. He was soon appointed as the Vice President of a Fortune 500 investment bank, namely, Mellon Financial Corporation. It is located in the United States. Now Greg Secker had the opportunity to travel and experience the working of several international trading centers. This allowed him to increase his knowledge base of trading in a big way. Within three months, he opened Learn to Trade. Today this company is the global leader in providing trading education. The offices of Learn to Trade are spread in London, Australia, and South Africa. This expansion took place in just 13 years. During this time, the company has managed to educate more than 200,000 people. This has been achieved through seminars, workshops and so on.
He had started this business once he saw how people were struggling in order to do trading. He realized that either education was not available or people were not able to access it or it was not affordable. Besides, the stakes of doing trading are quite high. Hence education is vital here, and this is what Greg Secker provided.