Greg Secker: A Multimillionaire by His Twenties

Inspirery interviewed Greg Secker, who is an entrepreneur, a philanthropist, a master trader, an international speaker, and founder of the Knowledge to Action (KTA) Group. In the interview, Inspirery asked him how he got started and what inspired him into starting his business; he said that he realized many people are always struggling to start trading. There was no adequate education for individuals to access at a small or no cost.

Also, as for the stakes, if one wanted to join the trading game, they were high if you have no education background. Secker wanted people to have this tool so that they can be capable of trading in foreign transactions. That would help them in improving their lives at a low risk. Secker said that he used to work for companies that made money for him. He wanted to teach people how they can make money. So, he put all his teachings into his programs with his foundation and Learn to trade. Within 3-6 months he started making decent money and reinvested it.

Secker’s family and friends saw the way he was doing well and came to him, and were his first customers and students of the program. The essential key to his success is the continuous support he receives from business partners, friends, and family.

Greg Secker was born on Feb. 18, 1975. He’s an English businessman. In the mid-1990s, he worked for Thomas Cook Financial Services as a trading technologist. While still working here, he developed trading systems for foreign exchange. In the year 1998, his innovation in e-commerce earned him the British Telecommunication Award after he created a forex trading platform for online called Virtual Trading Desk. He used to work at the Mellon Financial Corporation as a Vice President until 2003 when he retired and became a forex trader.

He started mentoring people on trading strategies and established Knowledge to Action Group. In the year 2010, Secker established Greg Secker Foundation, a non-profit organization, to improve the world’s life quality. Also, the organization work with youth programs on improving life skills, leadership, and education in communities.