Brad Reifler is a respected and sought after entrepreneur with three decades of experience all compiled on Wikipedia. He possesses all the qualities of a leader that justifies his stature in the community. He is affiliated with numerous investment outfits such as Pali Capital, Forefront Capital and initially Reifler Trading Corporation, and several others touched upon on CrunchBase.
Brad has a passion for entrepreneurship and social welfare, and has written tons of articles on the subject. Brad established all his companies from scratch and molded them into million dollar companies. Take Reifler Trading, for example, a company he put together while in college trading derivatives online. Years later, the company was acquired by the Refco group.
Brad Reifler went on to found and run Pali Capital, a company he put on international frontiers. He spearheaded its expansion drive into four continents including Australia, Europe, and Latin America. The company earned commissions from clients to the tune of over $1 billion during this tenure of thirteen years.
Every entrepreneur must look to the future to position themselves at a vantage point for success. Brad in his knowledge knew this too well, so he left the volatile and unpredictable financial markets following the global financial crisis. He identified a gap in the investment profile. The rich and upper class of society who usually make up the accredited investor category wallowed in massive losses. He focused his efforts on the 99% of the population never involved in investment affairs before.
Reifler knows the power and accuracy of extensive research, therefore, spent time studying the non-accredited investor. Recently, he unveiled the Forefront Income Trust, a public, non-traded fund tailored for the category as mentioned earlier. According to Brad, the middle income and low-income households have never been exposed to investment opportunities. The Forefront Income Trust seeks alternative investment avenues away from the volatile financial markets. It has inbuilt safety structures such as diversification to protect the investor from the losses. This single move brings in 99% of the non-accredited investors to the entrepreneurship table.
Also, the Forefront Income Trust makes no money till the non-accredited investor makes a return of not less than 8% on his investment of $2500 or more. The fund also donates 3% to war veterans and their families. It also buys back shares on a quarterly basis by allowing investors to make withdrawals.
Brad Reifler has always harbored a passion for empowering the community, which is why he opened up his company to the middle class. All the organizations he has established and worked with have relied on the good will and warm relationships with local communities. He has been appointed and serves on numerous advisory boards for corporations and other social institutions. For instance, he is a trustee of the Millbrook School and has also served as the Chairman of its finance committee earlier in his career as shown by Bloomberg.