Greg Secker Sees this as the Best Time to Engage in Forex Trading

As a result of our selfish human nature, for most of us giving is harder than receiving. That, however, does not seem to be a problem for Greg Secker. The British entrepreneur, businessman, and philanthropist is in the business of giving knowledge and hope. He accomplishes this by teaching those will to indulge him the secrets of his craft – forex trading. As a result, approximately 200,000 people from all walks of life from all around the world have received some degree of empowerment on how to become successful at the trading.

There so many opportunities in forex trading today. At least that is what Greg Secker argues. With more than $4.9 trillion being transacted every day, the market is more than healthy. Additionally, it offers a degree of flexibility not available in other investment options. One can make favorable returns when the market is experiencing depression or boom. The barriers to entry have also reduced significantly in recent years as the funds needed to start investing are as low as ever. The frustrating bureaucracy that also existed in the forex market has also been considerably reduced with the introduction of trading platforms.

Greg Secker has had an eventful professional career. After graduating from the University of Nottingham, he made the unlikely career choice of joining Thomas Cook Financial Services as a trading technologist. He, however, thrived in the unfamiliar financial world. He then left for a Fortune500 company, Mellon Financial Corporation where he briefly served as Vice President. Having amassed enough industry experience, he decided to leave the company for full-time forex trading. Three months later he decided also to start teaching others his craft and launched his own company, Learn to Trade.

Greg Secker’s efforts to enlighten the masses on the possibilities that lie in forex trading have not gone unnoticed. He has been the recipient of a number of awards with the most recent one coming in early 2017 from National CSR in recognition for his exemplary corporate leadership at the helm of Learn to Trade. Additionally, was also named among the 200 most influential social entrepreneurs and philanthropists for 2017 by Richtopia Magazine. His companies and foundation have also received numerous awards for performance directly linked to his input as their leader.