People who know Greg Secker know him for one thing, he is a jack of all trades and master of many. He is a man who will accept a project before he can understand its requirements. Born on 18th February 1975, Greg Secker is the founder of over 16 companies. His greatest achievement is the Knowledge to Action that he established 13 years ago. This is a group of companies that consists of various institutions such as SmartCharts Software, Learn to Trade and Capital Index. Capital Index and Learn to Trade focus their efforts on teaching people how to benefit from forex trade. As a way of giving back to the community, Greg Secker established the Greg Secker Foundation. SmartCharts Software focuses its efforts on offering its clients with innovative solutions using the latest technology. Greg Secker says that this foundation is a representation of what he loves; improving the lives of the people around him.
During his college life, Greg Secker became a businessman selling computers and their accessories. Selling computers led him to master some coding. During a career fair at his university, he met with a Thomas Cook Financial Services executive who offered him an interview. During the interview, Greg Secker impressed the board and was hired. He learnt about forex trading during his time at Thomas Cook. He would, later on, participate in the establishment of the first online trading platform known as Virtual Trading Desk. Later on, he took a position at Mellon Financial Corporation where he worked as a vice president. He oversaw the company’s operations in the United States, Australia, South Africa and the Philippines. He worked with this institution for 13 years before quitting to chase after his ventures.
At the University, Greg Secker studied agriculture and food sciences but successfully managed to establish a career in finance. He says that nothing should stop you from achieving what you desire in this life. In sharing knowledge and motivating people, Greg Secker has rubbed shoulders with prominent people in this field such as John Demartini, Tony Robbins and Jack Canfield. He is a man who believes in the sharing of knowledge and information.