We all want financial freedom. Life in which money does not control us, but rather we control the money. Well, if you listen to Greg Secker, you can probably have that life. Mr. Secker has for some time now been advising people to turn to forex trading as a replacement or supplementary income sources.
The risks involved in forex trading are often over-stated. Today, you can begin trading with as little as $250. Additionally, there is a multitude of trading platforms that run concurrent practice platforms that allow you time to develop the skill and confidence needed. With many trading platforms being accessible online, you can also trade anywhere and anytime you want. There is little-to-no bureaucracy that persists in forex trading today. It is highly flexible and, if done right, profitable.
Mr. Secker is a force to be reckoned with in the financial trading sector. He began his professional career at Thomas Cook Financial Services right out of university. Soon after, he pivoted into the company’s forex business as he worked on creating a first-of-a-kind real-time forex trading platform. He then moved to Mellon Financial Corporation where he served as the Vice President. After years of interacting with brokers from all around the world and applying their advice, his personal trading account grew big enough to leave employment. Soon after, he created his first company, Learn to Trade. The company specifically focuses on providing forex trader training.
Over the years, Mr. Secker has sought to share his expertise as a successful forex trader through a series of international seminars and workshops. These seminars are Mr. Secker’s way of mentoring everyday people into successful forex traders. Thus far, an estimated 200,000 people from all around the world have been empowered on how to supplement their income using forex trading by Mr. Secker. He has also authored a number of widely accessible books that carry the same message of financial freedom.
Mr. Secker’s passion for helping people extends beyond providing financial literacy. He has for the last seven years been running the Greg Secker Foundation, which is focused on empowering young people with the necessary life skills needed to become successful adults. The Foundation has engaged in a diverse range of projects, ranging from supporting disaster recovery efforts in the Philippines to supporting education programs in South Africa. Wherever it has gone, however, the Foundation has left a significant and lasting positive impact on the involved communities.