Anybody going to The Titans Of Wealth - Greg Secker

metrader

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I'm invited to attend that event in London on 31st of May. As I understood Greg should be there and some other guy who will talk about the right attitude needed to get rich. I guess Greg will talk about forex trading?

I should think it's a new kind of event and it may last around 4 hours. I would appreciate any comments about it. I need to make up my mind if it's worth traveling there and spending all that time (won't spend any money as it's free to attend)
 
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timsk

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I need to make up my mind if it's worth traveling there and spending all that time (won't spend any money as it's free to attend)
Hi metrader,
Are you referring to this: Titans of Wealth
The sales video on the front page is about the most nauseating thing I've ever had the misfortune to view. Happily, it didn't last long!

In answer to your question, if you want to spend 4 hours of your life listening to someone trying to upsell what will, almost certainly, be a very expensive course with content that's probably available for free here and elsewhere - then yes - it's worth you attending.
Tim.
 
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I'm invited to attend that event in London on 31st of May. As I understood Greg should be there and some other guy who will talk about the right attitude needed to get rich. I guess Greg will talk about forex trading?

I should think it's a new kind of event and it may last around 4 hours. I would appreciate any comments about it. I need to make up my mind if it's worth traveling there and spending all that time (won't spend any money as it's free to attend)

Listen to Tim, mate
I fell for their sales pitch. Really, all the content they have is free and if its not then I can recommend just a couple of books that have it all in them.
 
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Mr. Charts

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I'm invited to attend that event in London on 31st of May. As I understood Greg should be there and some other guy who will talk about the right attitude needed to get rich. I guess Greg will talk about forex trading?

I should think it's a new kind of event and it may last around 4 hours. I would appreciate any comments about it. I need to make up my mind if it's worth traveling there and spending all that time (won't spend any money as it's free to attend)

I suggest you put "secker" into the search forums box here on t2w and then draw your own conclusions from what you read.
 

SpreadDoctor

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Hi metrader,
Are you referring to this: Titans of Wealth
The sales video on the front page is about the most nauseating thing I've ever had the misfortune to view. Happily, it didn't last long!

wow what a video. I dont know what is more shocking (a) that people actually fall for this or (b) they haven't been shut down by trading standards.
 

Mr Fox

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I suggest you put "secker" into the search forums box here on t2w and then draw your own conclusions from what you read.

A lot of posts that are negative towards vendors, I know that some heavy hitting vendors have the posts, or entire threads removed with the threat of legal action, so as not to get this thread removed by bad mouthing anyone even if it is full of facts. I shall tell the OP a fictional story about a fictional person at a fictional company called "Burnt Not Made".

Now this fictional employee who still works at the fictional company Burnt Not Made has told me that a few people who went to Burnt Not made, and were sold their most expensive package took the company to court, and got their money back due to false representation on their claims which they have made.

When they first wrote to the company with the threat of legal action, the burnt not made litigation team tried to scare them off with threats along the lines of "we have more money than you, and we will clean you out in the courts, and you will lose your house in the litigation battle etc etc".

However these persons perseviered, and before the matter got before the judge, Burnt Not Made decided to pay up, and get these persons to sign a non disclosure agreement, thus not being able to tell people about it.

However all the public information that was misleading has been wiped off the servers, but there was a person who works there copied it all, and has made a dossier.

So if anyone who trained at the fictional company would like this public information, can PM me for more details.

And they all lived happily ever after.

The above is a fictional made up story, there is no likeness to any company, and if there is, it is purely coincidental.
;)

Best
John.
 

metrader

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Thanks for all the advice. I appreciate it, especially from members with first hand experience.

I'll think about it and see if it's worth spending Saturday morning there - it's not as if I never wasted morning before lol. Must admit it's not the first time I'm going to trading related seminars. Some of them were complete waste of time and some were beneficial - don't know unless I try. At least I may get some pens etc. (you never know your luck)

It says there it's free, so I was a bit confused by Charlton's comment. I don't think they will charge for it. Just wondering if they are going to provide any refreshments (it's more than 4 hours' event)
 

HolyGrail

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I attended such a free event in Leeds by Knowledge to Action (Greg Secker's company) back in 2008 at the start of my trading journey. As it was at the beginning of my interest in trading it was of some use. The event is basically a sales pitch for a future course - I however decided not to take them up on their offer of a 3 day course at the "one time special offer" price of £2500.

If you really know very little about trading then it is worthwhile attending to hear the basics of risk/reward ratio and money management. Other than that there was nothing else except for what a wonderful life you can have as a multi millionaire!

I have read the course notes of their the 3 day course and I agree that there is nothing in them that you can't get for free from t2w or other internet sites. If you search on the internet for "Greg Secker", "Knowledge to Action" and "Traders University" - all the same organisation - you will find a lot of poor reviews.

Good luck whatever you decide.
 

timsk

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Thanks for all the advice. I appreciate it, especially from members with first hand experience.
Hi metrader,
Ordinarily, I'd agree with you that first hand experience is important. If you want to know about a book or film, you want the views of people who've actually read it or seen it. However, in the case of Mr. Secker and KTA, there is a wealth of evidence to support the view that it's a sales organization that utilizes every marketing trick in the book to separate you from your money. But, don't take my word for it, check out this independent article written by a respected financial journalist for The Guardian: Trialling 'learn to trade' stock market websites: can you get rich quick?

The interesting thing to note about Mr. Secker and KTA is that he manages to pull off a remarkable feat: one achieved by almost no one else on this site. Namely, he unites pretty well everyone in complete agreement! I'm confident that all those who have posted to this thread will confirm my view that the 'free' seminar will contain lots of pictures of fast cars, yachts, bikini clad girls on sun-drenched beaches and villas in the Med'. This will be followed by a promise that all the above - and more - can be yours for just a few hours work each week. The cost? Well, given the millionaire lifestyle that awaits you - it's a steal at just £0000.00.

If you attend, be sure to leave your credit card at home and read this FAQ before you go: How Can I Distinguish Between Scams and Reputable Vendors?
Enjoy!
Tim.
 

MajorMagnuM

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Thanks for all the advice. I appreciate it, especially from members with first hand experience.

I'll think about it and see if it's worth spending Saturday morning there - it's not as if I never wasted morning before lol. Must admit it's not the first time I'm going to trading related seminars. Some of them were complete waste of time and some were beneficial - don't know unless I try. At least I may get some pens etc. (you never know your luck)

It says there it's free, so I was a bit confused by Charlton's comment. I don't think they will charge for it. Just wondering if they are going to provide any refreshments (it's more than 4 hours' event)

I would go just for the entertainment. It will be a showpiece in schmukness
 

metrader

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I attended such a free event in Leeds by Knowledge to Action (Greg Secker's company) back in 2008 at the start of my trading journey. As it was at the beginning of my interest in trading it was of some use. The event is basically a sales pitch for a future course - I however decided not to take them up on their offer of a 3 day course at the "one time special offer" price of £2500.

If you really know very little about trading then it is worthwhile attending to hear the basics of risk/reward ratio and money management. Other than that there was nothing else except for what a wonderful life you can have as a multi millionaire!

I have read the course notes of their the 3 day course and I agree that there is nothing in them that you can't get for free from t2w or other internet sites. If you search on the internet for "Greg Secker", "Knowledge to Action" and "Traders University" - all the same organisation - you will find a lot of poor reviews.

Good luck whatever you decide.

Thanks HG

I've started trading some time ago and I need improving (no consistent profits as yet). I also like learning about different trading approaches and wouldn't mind paying a reasonable fee for a good advice. So I need to find out if it's worth it(I guess that my trading experience would help me see if it's worth or not)

It is possible to find free things on forums, but I need a lot of time to do it. Some of the advice can also be harmful to a trader keen to learn and can cost a lot in losses. For example I spent a long time trying to learn p&f technique (I used a comprehensive book, forums etc.) to eventually realise that I can’t apply that knowledge to trade profitably. So it’s either time or money (or both). Difficult part is to find the right source/teacher - it seems there are a very few of them.
 

metrader

Experienced member
1,147 141
Hi metrader,
Ordinarily, I'd agree with you that first hand experience is important. If you want to know about a book or film, you want the views of people who've actually read it or seen it. However, in the case of Mr. Secker and KTA, there is a wealth of evidence to support the view that it's a sales organization that utilizes every marketing trick in the book to separate you from your money. But, don't take my word for it, check out this independent article written by a respected financial journalist for The Guardian: Trialling 'learn to trade' stock market websites: can you get rich quick?

The interesting thing to note about Mr. Secker and KTA is that he manages to pull off a remarkable feat: one achieved by almost no one else on this site. Namely, he unites pretty well everyone in complete agreement! I'm confident that all those who have posted to this thread will confirm my view that the 'free' seminar will contain lots of pictures of fast cars, yachts, bikini clad girls on sun-drenched beaches and villas in the Med'. This will be followed by a promise that all the above - and more - can be yours for just a few hours work each week. The cost? Well, given the millionaire lifestyle that awaits you - it's a steal at just £0000.00.

If you attend, be sure to leave your credit card at home and read this FAQ before you go: How Can I Distinguish Between Scams and Reputable Vendors?
Enjoy!
Tim.

Thanks Tim.

I did a bit of research and that's my impression - them being a sales organisation. I would expect different marketing tricks, but at the same time I may get a few trading ideas as well (if I go there)
 
 
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