Greg Secker is a United States-based serial entrepreneur in a wide range of sectors. He is also a master trader, an international speaker, and a philanthropist. However, his role as a father of three has been his most sophisticated duty in life. In 2003, Greg Secker founded the Knowledge Action Group that gathers several companies including the Greg Secker Foundation, the Capital Index, the Learn to Trade Company, and the Smart Chart Software Company based in the United States. For over two decades of professional experience, Greg Secker has worked hard to develop facilitated business capabilities that remain unmatched in this industry. All these companies have come together to have people get more education on how to trade for profit in this era of modernization.
Greg Secker comes from a humble background and roots. He commenced his education as a financial service agent at a local New York Company. During that time, he had limited knowledge and education to secure fast income in a manner that is not paralleled in this industry. Before moving to the foreign exchange company, he commenced his education as a way of facilitating better business deals. His process in the world of finance has assisted him to get better business through institutions of higher learning.
Greg Secker is also the Founder of the Thomas Cook Foundation that is aimed at teaching students how to trade in real time. This company also teaches them to trade with foreign exchange that goes by the name virtual foreign desk. This is the first platform of its kind to offer the forex trading system online. For this reason, it was adopted on a massive scale by those who knew their value. This is the trade that allows its students to secure money from transactions using the real-time trait.
After that collocation, he was appointed as the Vice President of the Mellon Financial Corporation in the United States. This is one of the Fortune 500 corporations that survived the 2008 financial crisis. This is the position that opened his mind to grow in all aspects of his life. This is the reason why his knowledge expanded exponentially.