Greg Secker and his Latest Philanthropic Partnership

Businessman and philanthropist Greg Secker is working in the foreign exchange market and provides education on online trading internationally. Over his career, Greg Secker has founded and co-founded businesses, written extensively both articles and published books, and has delved into markets other than online trading as well.

Since 2003, Greg Secker has been in business. He made a career in Forex trading which also enabled him to become his own boss later on. As an active Forex trader, Greg Secker amassed a treasure trove of knowledge and skills. He started sharing them with others and creating services and products that he believed were needed. He founded the SmartChart Software, and after working from home for about a year, Greg Secker became established, and his service was recognized in the business.

From then on his career started picking up and Greg Secker went n to establish several other businesses which he united under Knowledge to Action. Those other companies are Learn to Trade, FX capital, and Capital Index. Out of them, Learn to Trade amassed the most success quickly becoming an international corporation.

Greg Secker started up a charity foundation in 2010. The Greg Secker Foundation work non-profit focused on quality of life improvement around the globe. That foundation frequently partners up with several youth programs to work towards improving education and the leadership skills and life in communities all around the world.

Some of his latest philanthropies has taken Greg Secker to the Philippines where he has been helping with home reconstruction for the people of Lemery, Iloilo where the typhoon had destroyed homes. Geg Secker has partnered up with the boxing star Nonito Donaire Jr.

The athlete met up with the businessman in Las Vegas, and then they flew together to Lemery where they worked with the builders. They reconstructed more than a hundred homes. The athlete Nonito Donaire Jr. stepped up and stated that athletes are not as involved in philanthropy as they can and should be. While athletes focus on what they do best, they are also missing a chance to give back to communities every single day.