Brad Reifler is a serial investor and entrepreneur. He is widely known for being the Forefront Capital Management Company founder since 2009. He is also the former founding partner, CEO, and Chairman of Pali Capital, a worldwide financial services company. Before founding Pali Capital, he was a trader in the star at Refco. Reifler Trading Company, his first business, was acquired by Refco in 2000. Brad Reifler is a director at Foresight Research Solutions, European America Investment Bank, Genesis Securities.
Furthering his sole commitment to the common investors, Reifler has done an excellent breakdown of the film “The Money Monster,” for PR Newswire. Brad talked about the similar things that are seen in the movie to the ordinary investor. Noting to such an extent of how challenging and dangerous the markets can appear for those that are not well prepared for the pitfalls that are in possibilities.
As any investor that seeks to have their losses kept at the minimum level, an education on the ways in which they can manage the pitfalls is very essential but often comes with a price in experience. Being aware of the principles of sound investment makes the difference between suffering repetitive losses or acquiring substantial gain. Brad Reifler, the CEO and founder of Forefront Capital, is acquainted well with both investment ideas in the market; the one percent of all investors that are mandated by the government for capital investment on public funds, hedge funds and commodity funds – as well as the 99 percent of the remaining population that does not have the wealth and are therefore not allowed by the government as investors to invest into the funds directly.
In his recent article, Brad Reifler has his insights shared on investment for all Americans. These are the tips that make the average person well on their present way into becoming successful investors. They include:
• Refrain as much as you can from investing all your money in the stock market and the safety of your money should be your highest priority.
• Let it be easy to trust your fund managers
• Have clear objectives of what you are investing in.