Brad Reifler, the founder and CEO of Forefront Management Group, seeks to make investing available to the average person. An article by Reuters captures five of Reifler’s investment tips to the average person, assuming they are not familiar with the complexities of the stock market. Generally, Reifler recommends that the common person be very comfortable with the person who is investing their income and have a general understanding of where their money is being invested and why. He also cautions against investing all of your money in the stock market only.
After founding Pali Capital in 1995 and growing the company to revenues of a whopping $200 million annually, Reifler founded Forefront Management Group LLC. With his years of experience in investing and wealth management, Reifler now seeks to assist the average person in finding investment options that are suitable to their needs. Reifler says on Twitter that he found very few investment opportunities open to average investors and that the majority of the advice and opportunities for investment have traditionally been geared towards high net worth individuals.
As opposed to only serving individuals with a net worth that exceeds $1 million, Reifler now works to make investing possible for the common person with fewer assets to invest. Reifler told Reuters he understands that investing is even more risky for the average person than a wealthy, experienced investor because the average person has far more to lose in comparison. Reifler hopes to make investing possible for everyone through a public fund that pools the resources of average investors. Based on the benefit of compound returns, this public fund would have potential for significant returns for the average investor. Reifler is extremely motivated in turning high-yield investment opportunities into a reality for the general public and is leading his firm to be a visionary in that field. Find further information on Brad’s CrunchBase.