Brad Reifler and Forefront Capital have recently introduced Forefront Income Trust. Forefront Income Trust is different from other investment programs as caters to non-accredited investors.
“For several years I was only focusing on the accredited investor that makes $200,000 a year or has a net worth of more than a million dollars not counting their house,” Brad Reifler, Founder and CEO of Forefront Capital explained. “I’m now shifting everything to the non-accredited investor with a plan specifically designed for the 99 percent who are overlooked.”
After a lot of hard work and due diligence Reifler created Forefront Income Trust. The company gives a realistic and viable investment opportunity to the middle class.
How Does It Work?
The funds offer non-accredited investors a chance to invest at a minimum of $2,500 that can be added to or withdrawn every quarter. Forefront Income Trust products are not tied to the stock market, which allows room for higher risks and potential growth. These investment structures offer diversification and are designed to help mitigate risks.
The financial crisis of 2008 hit most everyone hard and a lot of non-credited investors now have some serious hesitation issues when it comes to stocks and trusts. While some hesitation is always a part of the game, most of it actually comes from a lack of education in financial history. Reifler feels it is a responsibility to enlighten and educate potential investors while at the same time building a bridge of trust between them and investment managers. Says Reifler:
“I would like to be known as a safe place where people can find investment alternatives,” he said. “I’d like to bring this entire investment complexity to everybody so that they can save for their futures.”
As the CEO of Forefront Advisory and Forefront Capital Management, Brad Reifler has created an advisory board that provides experienced guidance in the worlds of commodities and the forex markets.
Brad has over 30 years experience in the business and is a graduate of Bowdoin College, with a degree in Economics and Political Science. He founded his first company, Reifler Trading Corporation, in 1982 and they specialized in global derivatives. The company was so successful Refco would end up buying it. Reifler is now an advisor and the CEO of Forefront Advisory.