It is often said that if you want to increase your savings or disposable income the surest strategy is to reduce your spending. However, an equally effective strategy is to increase your incomes. Foreign exchange (forex) trading presents an avenue for increasing your revenue. However, despite the numerous compelling reasons to engage in forex trading, many are still too scared to try it out. Fortunately, one man has been on a mission to change this trend. Greg Secker is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and, most importantly, a highly effective forex trader. He has in recent years decided to openly share his years of experience with willing listeners so as to have them include fore trading among their investment portfolios.
According to Greg Secker, it has never been a better time to get involved with forex trading. With a large number of brokers and trading platforms available, it has never been easier to start. Additionally, many of these platforms are online-based and allow for unlimited opportunities for practice so that one can develop the required skill and discipline needed to become a successful trader.
Like most people, Greg Secker did not start out to be a forex trader. Born in Norfolk, England, he studied Food Sciences and Agriculture at the University of Nottingham. He had to learn and master the craft of forex trading. Despite his lack of knowledge in finance, he started practicing forex trading while at Thomas Cook Financial Services. It was at this early stage that he cultivated and mastered the discipline and trading strategies that have lifted him to become one of the most respected forex traders in the world. Further, his meteoric rise to the top of forex without an educational background in it proves that anyone can prosper within the practice.
This is a message Greg Secker has consistently sold in the financial trading seminars he holds every year in various locations around the world. Anyone can gain control over their finances and investments, such as forex trading, so long as they have the right tools at their disposal. These seminars have reached hundreds of thousands of people even in developing countries such as the Philippines and Ghana.