Recently, a scene was caused during a live broadcast of the Money Monster, a fictional television show hosted by a Wall Street expert, who picks hot stocks.
An investor stormed into the set and attacked the host claiming that he lost everything based on one of the tips shared by the host. This case reflected some truth about Wall Street and the challenges that small investors face.
Unfortunately, Wall Street only focuses on high net worth investors, as they provide them with resources and the ability to invest in certain opportunities that are not accessible by non-accredited investors.
According to Crunchbase, Brad Reifler, an investment guru, has been shifting his focus from the wealthy. Of late, he has been helping Middle-class Americans to access different investment opportunities in the market.
On Wall Street, small investors are charged high management fees without considering their performance. This situation end ends up jeopardizing their success while making brokers richer.
Traditionally, non-credited investors have limited access to various investments such as hedge funds and private equity funds offered by the government. These opportunities favor accredited investors who are considered intelligent.
Due to this limitation, small investors are left to invest in stocks that are correlated to the stock market. This injustice inspired Brad Reifler to embark on a mission to provide small investor with the same investment opportunities offered to his accredited counterparts. Learn more about Brad Reifler: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/author/bradreifler-226
Through his company, Forefront Capital, Brad offers investment options that are not correlated to the stock market. In addition, investors do not pay management fees.
Brad Reifler is the CEO of Forefront Capital Management. In this corporation, he is in charge of recruiting and developing asset managers to ensure that they offer professional consultancy and investment advice to institutional investors.
Previously, Brad Reifler worked as the Chairman and CEO of Pali Capital, a company the he founded and managed for 13 years. Brad’s transformative leadership saw the company make over $200 million in profit. It also recruited more than 200 employees.
Pali Capital expanded its presence to the UK and Australia. Reifler established Reifler Trading Corporation in 1982. This institution focused on executing global derivatives. In 2000, he sold the company to Refco.