An article by Reuters includes five tips from successful investment adviser, Brad Reifler, on how to avoid catastrophe when investing for the average person. Reifler’s tips deal mainly with the importance of actually understand the nature of the investment and having solid trust in the person doing the investing for you. Reifler generally takes a common sense approach when it comes the fundamentals of investing. Reifler is determined to make investing accessible to the average person, rather than just focusing on what the Securities and Exchange Commission calls an accredited investor. An accredited investor is someone who earns more than $200,000 each year or has a net worth of more than $1 million. Instead, Reifler thinks that investing should be available to average people, regardless of their income and overall wealth.
Currently, MarketWired reports Reifler is the CEO of the Forefront Management Group LLC, which he also founded. Reifler is also the CEO of the Forefront Management Group’s subsidiaries, which include Forefront Advisory, LLC, Forefront Capital Management, LLC and Forefront Capital Markets, LLC. Before serving in his current position, Reifler established Pali Capital in 1995. Reifler was the CEO of Pali Capital, and under his leadership, the company grew to revenues of more than $200 million each year.
Reifler has over three decades of experience in investing and wealth management. His career began in 1982 with Reifler Trading Corporations. He has a range of experience in representing major global investors as well as average individuals, who have had little to know experience in the stock market or with wealth management in general. Under Reifler’s direction, his company is a true leader and innovator in making investment accessible to average Americans, who are looking to grow their income in a safe way without risking it all on Wall Street and other risky avenues. Read more about Brad on CrunchBase.