Brad Reifler The Financial Guru

PR Newswire got a summary from Brad Reifler about the recent film known as The Money Monster. In his review, he compared the similarities between real life investors and the film putting emphasis on how the market can be dangerous especially to the unprepared folks who don’t expect any potential pitfalls. All investor seek minimal loss strategies, but learning that comes at a price. CEO of Forefront Capital, Brad Reifler, is well acquainted with the investment marketing.

Brad Reifler shared his views in a recent Reuters’s article on “tips that can put the average person well on their way to becoming a successful investor.” Below is a summary of the article:

Don’t invest all your funds in stock markets. Potential investors should consider the safety of their money as a crucial factor.

Build a relationship with your fund manager as it is paramount to know who is handling your funds.

Find out what is triggering you to invest in specific industries and your objectives. If a particular field is thriving, capitalize on it.

Mr. Reifler’s past experiences made him realize middle-class investors have limited investment options because the government doesn’t always accredit their plans. Currently, Mr. Reifler only focuses on non-accredited investors who are neglected by the investment world and considered as not being knowledgeable enough to participate.

After three decades the SEC has now realized that people are more interested in issues that concern investments and shareholders need protection from unpredictable investments like the stock market.

Mr. Reifler’s company, Forefront Capital, now takes the initiative of drowning the fears of investors who suffered the 2008 crisis by being a firm for the people. He holds strong faith in the idea of offering compound returns with numerous investment options for average investors who could witness a small business grow substantially.

Mr. Reifler’s History in Finance

Mr. Reifler holds a degree in Economics and political science from Bowdoin College. After college, he discovered the Reifler Trading Corporation in 1982 which was later acquired by Refco. Mr. Reifler found other companies like Forefront Capital and Pali Capital.

After 13 years as Pali’s CEO, he founded Forefront Capital. This company was as a result of support from bankers, business leaders, and trusted investment advisers. Forefront Capital maintains different lines of services like Forefront Partners and Forefront Advisory.

The Forefront Income Trust Initiative

Mr. Reifler noted that the average investors were unwilling to invest and those who wanted to do it found restrictive measures in place. To counter this, Brad Reifer started the Forefront Income Trust initiative. The program allowed unaccredited members to invest four times in a year and this spread the risk down the year.

Even as a CEO, Reifler made it his duty to educate infant investors about investing. He noted that lack of understanding and information hindered the middle income earning people from investing and with the financial crisis in 2008 causing a wealth of worries.

A Continuous Effort in the Field

Brad Reifler’s career includes more than discovering companies. He has served on many advisory boards like the European American Investment Bank. He also served as a director for lots of successful organizations like Sino Mercury Acquisition Corporation and Wins Finance Holdings Incorporated. Mr. Reifler has been celebrated for his all his efforts.

About Brad Reifler

Mr. Reifler’s career started in the 80s when he discovered Reifler Trading. The company managed millions of dollars in discretionary accounts. After garnering knowledge, Brad Reifler switched to information dissemination, institutional research, execution services, and global derivative advisory.

With years of success as an investor and entrepreneur, Mr. Reifler has achieved what most companies in his line of trade have not made. After strategically working his way to success, he now runs Forefront Capital, a company which has helped many Americans with their investments.