Using his extraordinary Bitcoin Growth Bot, finance manager, and computer programmer, Jordan Lindsey, knows how to help maximize investor potential in Forex and at JCL Capital.

JCL Capital is a finance company that was founded in 2005 by the investor, computer algorithm developer, and money manager, Jordan Lindsey. His company assists clients by reaping big financial returns on investment. Lindsey is an innovator, and also the developer of a cryptocurrency growth bot that operates in conjunction with Bitcoin in specific financial markets.

Jordan Lindsey produced the first trading bot used with a financial lending program. Because of this algorithm, Jordan Lindsey’s company has been able to make investors exceptional monthly and yearly returns on their money with Forex trading. Lindsey is quite adept in equities. And this includes working with blockchain technology. Mr. Lindsey was self-taught and built his computer programming skills from scratch. Lindsey worked to make Internet-based platforms synchs with bots and finance-based programs. One of these new computer algorithms that he developed resulted in him having a direct influence on how users exchange Bitcoin.

In addition to living abroad in countries like Mexico, Argentina, and Bosnia-Herzegovina, Mr. Lindsey took classes at Mount Angel Seminary and also at St. Joseph’s College. While attending college, Jordan Lindsey did not choose a path in the software engineering, computer science, or economics milieu. Even though Jordan Lindsey was not an engineering major, he was fond of the financial markets. It was this interest in the financial markets that ended up being a key constituent of Jordan’s business success.

Lindsey programmed an algorithm (bot) that works with specific financial markets like Forex. The Bitcoin Growth Bot, a computer program that Lindsey envisioned, then brought to fruition, is utilized in the Forex markets. The bot that Lindsey hatched is the first third-party verified program ever used in the cryptocurrency markets. Lindsey was self-driven into a rare place in the financial world as a technology forerunner in finance.

Lindsey has had a noteworthy record hatching finance companies before Lindsey got deeply involved in blockchain technology, Bitcoin, and other cryptocurrencies. Jordan Lindsey once held the position of Vice President at Maximum Capital Management. He was also an advisor at Energia Global and the CEO and founder of Prive Information Services.

Susan McGalla, A Story of Success

Tough Love

It’s tough having a football coach as a father. It’s tough growing up with two brothers as well. Susan McGalla learned this lesson early in life. Her father did not give her any breaks because she was a girl. It toughened her for the road ahead. She had to work hard for whatever she wanted and that work ethic has carried her to be incredibly successful in the workplace.

A Success Story

And, successful she has been in male dominated workplaces. Susan McGalla worked up through the ranks to become the president of American Eagle Outfitters, inc., during a time when all executives in that company were men.

She took the reins of her career and founded P3 Executive Consulting. In this role, Susan McGalla became a advisory consultant when the Financial and Wall Street top people needed perspective on the world of retail from an insider in that industry. She offered buy-side and buy-side analysis, branding, product management to strategy and talent management, plus much more.

If Ms. McGalla hasn’t shattered the glass ceiling, she definitely made some major cracks in it. In February of 2015, she took her talents to another male dominated business – The Pittsburgh Steelers, LLC. She is currently the Vice President of Business Strategy and Creative Development – spearheading the successful program ‘Wear What We Wear’ to encourage fans to purchase and wear Steeler’s gear.

Women in C-Level Positions

Many women struggle to achieve high level positions like Susan McGalla. Statistics show gender-diverse businesses are 15% likely to outperform other companies while ethnically diverse companies are 35% likely to outperform than non-diverse companies. Yet even with these statistics, in S&P 500 companies only a small percentage of C-level positions are held by women. One thought for a solution to the gender discrimination is to create sponsorship opportunities.

Talent and insight deserve recognition.