Brad Reifler, the founder and CEO of Forefront Capital has been involved in the business of managing finances and investing for many years. Naturally, spending a lot of time in the investment world means he knows a thing or two about how to properly deal with investments.
Because of his time at Forefront Capital, Brad Reifler has knowledge about all sides of the investing market, from the top one percent who have access to government capital to put in public funds, to the masses who do not have access to much wealth and can’t invest at all in the same funds the top one percentile do. Reifler was once interviewed by Reuters and when asked, he gave three specific sets of advice to those who wish to become a successful investor. His tips were to avoid investing all the money in the stock market, building a relationship with fund managers and most importantly, knowing why bother getting involved in investment in the first place.
As CrunchBase shows, Reifler is giving out this advice because he knows exactly what investing is like from the perspective of the average person. He recalls the time he began investing in a 529 college savings plan for his daughters when it came time for them to go to college, only to later discover that he didn’t save nearly as much money as he thought he did.
Since then, Brad Reifler has gone out of his way to change how investing is done, and paying attention to non-accredited investors who don’t receive as much attention as they deserve in the financial world. He has helped to mitigate this problem through the creation of the Forefront Income Trust Initiative, which is a program that allows for non-accredited people in the middle class to invest some of their funds every quarter without having to take a lot of unnecessary risks in the process. Furthermore, this would serve as proof that investing isn’t something that only people in the top one percent should get involved with.