Greg Secker, an English businessman, is in the major league as far as people in business go. His work has been recognized in the foreign exchange sector and has received praise from the world media in sharing his knowledge through education.

Secker was born on 18th February 1975 in Norfolk England. Greg Secker studied Agriculture and food sciences at the University of Nottingham. During his time at the university, he built and sold computers, which eventually made him learn coding and programming. His interest in computers introduced him Thomas Cook who was also a computer fanatic and offered him a job in building the Virtual Trading Desk which was the first online trading platform allowing traders to receive great present quotes on huge foreign exchange transactions.

His interest in coding grew as he continued to work on the Virtual Trading Desk that prompted him to request for a loan and use it to trade. He managed to turn it into 60,000euros from 5,000euros in just under a year. He also exercised core principles, had a risk-managed approach having the discipline to stick to his plan that was strategy driven. Secker then started developing foreign exchange trading systems.

At the age of 25, his career skyrocketed. He was made Vice President of the Mellon Financial Corporation which was one of the major Fortune 500 investment banks in the United States. While there he interacted with some of the world’s best traders having access to high-powered Forex traders. Secker’s account grew till he chose to retire.

He decided to set up shop and trade at his home. Three months later he started his company learns to Trade. His company taught over 100,000 in 9 years where they learned how to navigate through the stock and currency market. He has regularly offered his opinion on the state of the market to the media, his major market channels being CNBC and Bloomberg. He has also shared stages with the greats like Tony Blair at the National Achievers Congress in Asia 2010.

With so much success, Greg supports many charity organizations. In 2011, he started a nonprofit organization that set out to improve the quality of life for children all over the world.