Brad Reifler is considered one of the brightest minds in the world of finance. For over 30 years he helped some of the wealthiest people in the world get even wealthier thanks to his many winning strategies.
Now however Brad Reifler has changed his focus and is doing all he can to help middle America get access to some of the same investment opportunities of the super wealthy.
Here are 3 major problems Brad Reifler believes every small investor faces:
#1 – Access
99% of Americans are considered non-accredited investors. According to Investopedia.com, a non accredited investor is an individual who has a net worth of less than $1 million (including spouse) and who earned less than $200,000 annually ($300,000 with spouse) in the last two years.
That means most Americans fall into this category. And as a non-accredited investor you are limited to the types of investments you can participate in. Since you aren’t in the 1% you won’t get access to hedge funds, private equity, or other private funds. This is completely unfair to millions of hard working Americans.
#2 – Risk
Since you are considered a non accredited investor the limited investment options you will have access to will be correlated with the stock market. And as we all know, the stock market is very risky.
The problem with Wall Street is they charge big time fees regardless of how your portfolio is performing. This means it doesn’t matter if you are making money or not, as long as they are managing your portfolio you will be required to pay large management fees. This of course is wrong on many different levels.
Small investors can’t afford these fees and are usually forced to try to manage their portfolios on their own. And while this isn’t necessarily a bad thing, the problem is most small investors aren’t educated in this area and end up losing all of their money and retiring broke.
To help combat these 3 major problems Brad Reifler launched Forefront Capital and is helping small investors all over the United States get their power back.