Brad Reifler who serves as a CEO of Forefront Capital orchestrated an innovative solution to bring financial inclusion to the middle class. The initiative, Forefront Income Trust, targets people at the grassroots level to help them enjoy financial services, which were traditionally and exclusively enjoyed by credited investors.
Like many investors, Brad Reifler was biased to wealthy clients because they provided low-risk levels to shareholders. However, better technology over the years ensures knowledge and insight in the stock market are right at your fingertips. Readily available knowledge significantly reduces risk and therefore is key to Forefront Income Trust’s aim of providing investment opportunities to the middle-class.
Forefront Income Trust seeks to reduce the ever-widening gap between the one percenters and the middle class. The Trust’s aim is to provide a platform where non-accredited investors a can invest a minimum sum of $2,500. That amount can be withdrawn or added to every quarter. The Trust provides higher risk with a significant growth potential. Its structure, however, is well diversified to help mitigate risks.
Brad Reifler claimed that the Forefront Income Trust offers different programs that provide liquidation for its clients. He claimed that the fund doesn’t make a profit until the clients make at least 8% on their investment. He further added that he seeks to provide investment opportunities for everyone regardless their wealth status to financially secure their futures.
Brad Reifler attended Bowdoin College where he graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Political Science. He founded his first company in 1982 called Reifler Trading, which was later acquired by Refco. Subsequently, he founded Pali Capital where he acted as both the CEO and Chairman for 13 years. He grew the company to over $200 million in profits and had offices US, Australia, and the UK. He also serves as a director of Genesis Securities.