Brad Reifler wants to help those middle class investors find an answer to the all important question “How do I make more money with my investments?” As Yahoo! Finance reports, Reifler and his company, Forefront Capital, are working very hard at developing a new investment trust to aid investors reach their goals.
After years of helping accredited investors, a.k.a. “The 1%”, Reifler is refocusing his efforts in helping others meet their financial goals.
Reifler has enough experience in the world of finance and investing to realize people who come from the “99%” may not have the necessary resources available to them to take part in high-volatility investments. In a way, this is a positive thing. High-risk investments are ones known for a greater potential for losses. Investors with significant net worth amounts are more capable of navigating losses from such endeavors. They also have the potential to make huge returns on investments if things work out in their favor.
The non-accredited investor, however, must accept more limited options. Unfortunately, he or she ends up limiting those options even further by assuming exceedingly few options are available. The belief there are few investment options opens is one reason why the “average investor” puts way too much money into the stock market at the exclusion of other investment vehicles.
Limiting one’s investment options is never a good idea. Doing so puts a person at the mercy of that particularly narrow investment. Without versatility and diversification, an investment portfolio will be, at best, conservative.
The Forefront Income Trust is the new investment venture designed for non-accredited investors. Entry into the trust requires a minimum of only $2,500. The investment assets in the trust are diverse, which means the assets go beyond just publicly traded stocks. The trust comes with higher risk, but effective management of the trust hopes to mitigate said risk. Check Brad out for yourself on Twitter @BradleyR.