It was a bold move that was made by Forefront Capital and Brad Reifler when they decided that they should open Forefront Income Trust. The most significant factor that makes this unique is the fact that Reifler revealed that Forefront will be focusing on non-accredited investors. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) differentiates the non-accredited and accredited investors. Exclusive of their personal home the accredited investors earns a lot, they have either an annual income of at least $200, 000 or $1 million net worth in total. In short, the accredited investor receives the most prestigious investment opportunities this is because they have the most wealth to invest.
Through the strategies that the Forefront Income Trust implemented, this conventional typical of investment does not exist within the firm. It seeks to open does to the middle class, a market that is untapped. The firm has set a minimum requirement for investment at $2500 for each quarter. Apart from that Forefront Income Trust will operate differently compared to the 401(k) plan. Their strategies will enable greater diversification and risk management compared to what investor are accustomed to the 401(k) plan.
There are many characteristics that Brad Reifler is known for however one factor that stands out is his entrepreneurial ventures. He has served as the CEO of Forefront Income Trust since its founding in 2009. He has held many executive positions with his 30 years’ experience. He founded his initial company, Reifler Trading Corporation, in 1982 that focuses particularly in global derivatives. His skill markets him, he spent 13 years at the top executive of Pali Capital while he was at the company he managed to grow the company, increasing its profits to $200 million in three different markets that include U.S, Australia as well as the UK.
Reifler is a well-recognized figure in the financial world, as results, he is often sought by a financial journalist to offer some tips about investment to potential investors, for example, he has given his opinion about how average people can benefit from investments. He is unconventional, combined his creative strategies it has gained him the recognition for the breaking the barriers in the stock market and for the people who do not consider themselves rich enough to be in a position to invest.