Greg Secker Lays Out Some Tips For New Forex Investors
One key word of advice to anybody looking to start trading in Forex by Greg Secker is to keep your emotions out of your Forex trades. Greg Secker says that you should always make trades that are based on reason and not on emotion. If you panic, are driven by fear, insecurity, anger or doubt, then you are bound to make a move that could end up costing you a small fortune. Secker says that new traders are especially prone to letting emotions get in the way of trading. By keeping your emotions out of trading you lessen the chances of doing something silly or regretful that could cost you a pretty penny.
Greg Secker also says that traders must be realistic. He points out that if you come to Forex trading with the idea that you will get rich quick, then you will quickly be disappointed. You will also be disappointed if you think you can become wealthy when you only have a small amount of money to trade with. Earning a return takes a lot of time and hard work says Secker. If you are not patient, persistent and committed to the Forex trading system, then you will be sorely disappointed. Be realistic and you can achieve far better results then if you are wishing for something that is unattainable.
Greg Secker established the Knowledge to Action Group after leaving his executive position at the Mellon Financial Corporation. Greg Secker uses his in-depth knowledge of financial trading, software and investment strategies to create software and tools that other traders in Forex can use. His company is an award winning global leader in Forex technology and new software.
Mr. Secker is also an avid philanthropist. He created the Greg Secker Foundation as a way to give back and help those in dire need. The organization has a focus on helping poor and underprivileged youth bridge a lack of educational opportunities. It also teaches leadership skills to these youth as well. Greg Secker enjoys the work he does with the foundation and considers it to be an important part of his life.