Brad Reifler graduated from Bowdoin College, and his initial exposure to the investment market came with the founding of Reifler Trading Corporation in 1982. The company saw success, and in 2000 Reifler Trading Corporation was sold to Refco.
Brad Reifler then became CEO of Pali Capital Inc. Under his leadership, Pali Capital posted consistent revenues. Pali Capital expanded to employee over 200 individuals, and they broadened their business ventures to include the United Kingdom, Latin America, Singapore, and Australia.
From his experience in finance and investment, Brad realized that the majority of investment companies focused on the most affluent segment of the population. Strict definitions of an “accredited investor” limited the options for a middle class American looking to invest. Brad decided to change this.
In January 2014, Brad Reifler founded Forefront Income Trust. His goal is to help middle class Americans achieve financial success in investments, and his company incorporates some unique strategies in order to achieve this. Forefront Income Trust is a public fund that provides an opportunity for the average individual to invest in areas that were previously considered only for those in the top 1%. Brad’s strategies work because the funds don’t make money until the investor earns 8%. These investments minimize risk and are sourced from individuals involved in the Forefront community. An added bonus is that 3% of returns are donated to military veterans and their families.
Because the Forefront products are not dependent on the stock market, investers can achieve diversification and minimize the inherent risks of high return strategies. With the creation of Forefront Income Trust, and the principle of compound returns, Brad Reifler has given middle class America the opportunity to work with a company who is invested in their success.