As the current CEO of JCL Capital, innovator, computer programmer, and finance executive, Jordan Lindsey strives to use technology to help people earn in the Forex market. Jordan Lindsey considers himself to be a veteran “algo trader” and quite astute in the financial and technology-focused areas of his industry.
Jordan Lindsey noted that he loved to compete and played sports like ice hockey and tennis. Jordan Lindsey also remarked that he was self-taught in things like systems architecture as well as computer programming.
Lindsey mentioned that refinished the development of an algorithm in the second quarter of 2017. He used the Metatrader 4 platform and MQL4 language to create this program. The algorithm he developed works with foreign exchange markets, which are also known as Forex (FX). Forex is considered the largest in the world. More than 5 trillion dollars per day is exchanged among banks, countries, central banks, and corporations.
With these computer algorithms he created for Forex, Jordan saw an opportunity to make these programs great, compared to how things were before he honed them.
In addition to the attention he has received for working with the Nucleus token on the Waves platform, Lindsey has also been involved in advising companies and holding executive positions for many firms. Jordan Lindsey has been held the role of VP of Maximum Capital Management and while at Energia Global, he was an advisor. Lindsey also founded Prive Information Services, which was founded in 2012.
In terms of his educational background, Jordan Lindsey went to St. Joseph’s College and Mount Angel Seminary. However, he did not end up majoring in any of the areas of business that he is currently part of like economics, finance or information systems. During the years Lindsey attended college, he showed a lot of interest in the stock market.
Even though Jordan Lindsey was born in New York, has resided in Argentina, Mexico, and Bosnia-Herzegovina. Jordan met his future wife while working as a volunteer in Medjugorje, and they became good friends. Jordan and his best friend eventually fell in love, got married and had three daughters.
Be like our heavenly Father, holy, perfect and merciful. Forgive, he says, and you will be forgiven. Behave toward other people as you would wish them to behave toward you.
— Jordan Lindsey (@jordanclindsey) March 15, 2018