“One of the advantages the wealthy have a lock on are the loopholes for investments,” says Forefront Capital CEO, Brad Reifler. By the way, there are government-mandated rules, based on the size of your bank account, that determine what investments are available to you, yet this only applies to one percent of the population. In other words, according to Brad Reifler, if you’re wealthy, you have the upper hand to invest in a wider range of investments, albeit, riskier options. But Reifler, an investment maverick, sort to change those loopholes and create an even playing field. Still not so even, but the other 99 percent of the population, also referred to as “non-accredited investors” are welcomed to the table.
Knowing this, millions of workers are now counting on becoming a more educated, and successful investor. “Investing doesn’t have to be so risky,” and “There are common pitfalls one can avoid,” says Reifler as reported by XRepublic.
Reifler has summarized his investing advice into three important tips to follow:
1. Avoid investing your entire nest egg into the stock market. Safety is a major factor.
2. Trust is pivotal and knowing your financial adviser certainly ranks in the top 3.
3. When it comes to investing, have clear insight of your goals and objectives. Why you’re investing will help determine what you invest in, and the level of risk you’re willing to accept.
Wikipedia indicates Brad Reifler’s journey started with his own experience. As a father of two college-bound daughters, Reifler witnessed his daughters college savings plans diminish past the amount he initially invested. It has more to do with limited options than the success of an investment. Knowing this, the SEC is recognizing that people are more educated about investing, thereby relaxing government guidelines that pertain to income requirements and non-accredited investors.
Brad Reifler, dubbed the “serial entrepreneur” has founded Reifler Trading Company, Pali Capital, and Forefront Capital, LLC, and today he’s one of the most influential and admired investment advisors. Reifler’s credibility comes from hard-won wisdom.
“When you get into investing, wealthy investors almost want to pinch themselves,” says Reifler. He’s talking about accredited investors, or the uppermost one percent of investors. “Accredited investors have an open list of options that 99 percent of the population are not even aware of,” adds Reifler. Today, he focuses a large part of his attention on options for average investors, and helping them grow nest eggs substantially. Brad’s full career history can be read on CrunchBase.