Greg Secker, the philanthropist

Secker is a trader, entrepreneur, philanthropist and motivational speaker. He has addressed over 200,000 people on the topic of trade. Greg owns several companies; learn to deal, Smart Charts Software, and Capital Index. Often, he is invited to give his expert opinion in the media in the direction of the financial markets. Greg has spoken in major market channels such as Bloomberg and CNBC. As an international speaker, he gets chances to talk alongside some major speakers such as Robert Kiyosaki.


Secker’s career started in the 1990s at Thomas Cook Financial services as a Trade Technologists. He developed Virtual Trading Company. He later became the vice president of Mellon Financial Services. After Retirement in 2008, he started Action Group and began mentoring people on Forex trading. His company organized many seminars internationally in different countries. Each time, the number of conference participants kept on increasing. Secker asserts that Forex trading is a low-risk program for growing rich.


Secker entrepreneurial success is attached to his ability to launch various techno- savvy companies such as SmartCharts and Capital Index. Smart Charts simplifies the interactivity through an addition of interactivity, ease of trading, and functionality. On the other hand, Capital Index is a smart broker. The Learn to trade company has generated significant income through increased attendance to the business seminars and forums for various talks.


Secker expertise on Forex Trading is contained in some of the books he has authored such as; Financial Freedom through Forex, and Trading your way to success. Greg Secker has had great financial success in his early years. He has given back to society through philanthropic causes. For example, in 2011 he started the Greg Secker on- profit foundation.


Its primary commitment is improving the quality of life of people around the world. The organization aims at increasing the building blocks of life such as education and improving life skills. After Typhoon Yolanda, Greg started to build a house, make a home project in the Philippines, aiming at constructing 100 homes. He has partnered with Virgin Atlantic to make crèches’ in a rural village in South Africa.