Over the course of the last few decades, foreign exchange (forex) trading has been one of the most profitable ventures out there. However, owing to the skill required to engage in it, only a few have made a fortune from the trade. Unfortunately, many of those who have profited from the trade choose to keep their methods and skills to themselves. One outlier, however, is forex guru, Greg Secker who has for the last few years been teaching willing listeners on how to go about forex trading. It is believed that in total has trained an estimated 200,000 people on how they can supplement their income using effective forex trading methods.
While he studied Agriculture and Food Science in school, Greg Secker’s entire career has been in the financial sector. His tenacity and overall brilliance were noted by a recruiter from Thomas Cook Financial Services at a careers fare while he was still in school. He went on to join the financial institution after completing his studies where he worked among the best securities brokers in the world. Further experience at the Mellon Financial Group enabled him to expand his knowledge as a forex trader significantly. Soon after he started trading using his own money and once he had built it into a small fortune, he quit employment and ventured out on his own to do forex trading on a fulltime basis. He has not looked back since.
Having become a millionaire before the age of 30, Greg Secker has for the last few years had more money than he needs. Consequently, he decided to put it towards a worthy cause by forming the Greg Secker Foundation. Since its formation seven years ago, the Foundation has supported numerous programs around the world aimed at molding the youth into strong and independent adults. He has long been a supporter of the South African-based Ubuntu Education Fund and supported disaster recovery efforts in the Philippines following the devastation of parts of the country by Typhon Haiyan in 2013. Going forward, there is no doubt that the Foundation’s influence will only continue to grow.