Investing has become something that many people have been afraid to do because they don’t always know what information they should believe and whether investing in certain stocks could be a big win or a major loss. It’s true that in uncertain markets you have to be very careful what you invest in, but investment expert Brad Reifler encourages people not to give up on investing entirely or they’ll miss out on a great savings opportunity. Reifler is the CEO of Forefront Capital and is always keeping up with the markets and guiding investors down the roads where they can meet their goals.
Brad Reifler offers many pieces of advice to both longtime and new investors, but he tells them to keep to these three basic principles to be successful in investing. First he says investors need to look at other options besides just the stock market when investing. While sometimes alternatives to the stock market are hard to find, they do exist and investors need to look into funds that have high yields but are also safe to invest in. Second, he says investors should know exactly who they’ll be investing with, and what the investment company’s track record looks like. Who investors invest with does make a difference because they are trusting professionals to manage their money. And finally, Reifler says investors need to have a clear objective when they start investing and stick to that objective till they reach it.
Brad Reifler has been a part of several investment firms over the years and has changed the way he does business at each of them. The first company he formed was Reifler Trading Company, a firm that started out managing discretionary accounts but that soon became one of the largest futures companies that eventually merged with Refco Inc. Reifler even partnered with Refco where he served as Director of the Institutional Sales Desk. While still CEO of Reifler Trading Company he founded Pali Capital, a hedge fund management company that catered to affluent clients by investing funds in ways that met their specific goals. He later founded Forefront Capital which started out like his other two companies in serving primarily only the top 1% clients, but he decided he wanted to give everyone, including non-accredited investors a chance to open an account here. So he started Forefront Income Trust and today investors can invest in an IRA or shared fund for as little as $1,000.