Bradley Reifler is doing things differently in the world of investments and it just may affect your wallet. Traditionally, investment programs are reserved for the one-percenters, also known as an “accredited investor”. These individuals must have a net worth exceeding one million, or income exceeding $200,000. Anyone not meeting these requirements has typically been considered to not be “smart enough” to invest in higher risk products. Reifler believes that type of thinking is dead wrong.
Mr. Reifler of Forefront Capital seeks to close the economic gap with the Forefront Income Trust. This program actually caters to non-accredited investors that make up the majority of the middle class. Forty-four percent of this segment has less than six thousand dollars in savings. The Forefront Income Trust aims to increase that amount through specialty finance opportunities.
Reifler explains on Twitter, “Through the power of compounded returns, clients can potentially watch a small investment grow into a substantial retirement account.”
If it sounds too good to be true, take into account that, unlike Wall Street, Reifler’s group doesn’t make any money until their clients make an eight percent return. This guarantees that they’re working in the client’s best interests.
Forward-thinking such as this didn’t come overnight but rather from Reifler’s extensive history in investments. Beginning his career in 1982, he founded Reifler Trading Corporation, a firm engaged in the execution of global derivatives. After selling this venture in 2000, he was made Chairman of Pali Capital which he had helped found in 1995. During his tenure, Pali Capital was one of the most profitable Wall Street Firms.
In 2009, Reifler resigned his duties at Pali and became Chief Executive Officer of Forefront Capital Advisors. The Forefront Group is a boutique investment banking and wealth management firm. They offer investment advisory services to both individuals and institutions. Read more about Brad’s accolades on LinkedIn.