Forefront Income Trust to Open for Non-Accredited Investors

In a bold move, Forefront Capital and Brad Reifler have decided to open Forefront Income Trust. What makes this move especially unique is that Reifler announced that Forefront Income Trust will be focusing on non-accredited investors. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) distinguishes between accredited and non-accredited investors. Accredited investors have an annual income of at least $200,000 or a total net worth of at least one million dollars, exclusive of their personal home. Typically, accredited investors receive the most coveted opportunities for fund investments simply because they have the most wealth to invest. However, the Forefront Income Trust will open its doors to the middle class, a market previously untapped. The minimum requirement for investing in the Forefront Income Trust is only a $2,500 investment each quarter. In addition, the Forefront Income Trust will operate differently than a 401(k) plan. It will allow for greater diversification as well as risk management than what investors typically expect from a 401(k) plan.

Brad Reifler is widely recognized for his diverse entrepreneurial ventures. Since he founded Forefront Capital in 2009, he has served as its CEO. With over 30 years of experience, Reifler has held a wide variety of executive positions. He founded his first company, Reifler Trading Corporation, in 1982, which specialized particularly in global derivatives. Reifler’s skills speak for themselves — during his 13 years at the helm of Pali Capital, he took the company to entirely new heights, earning $200 million in profits from across the U.S., the UK and Australia.

Reuters shows that Reifler has made a name for himself in the financial world by speaking extensively on how average people can enjoy the benefits of investing. His out of the box thinking and creative strategies have gained him recognition for opening the stock markets and world of investing to people who would have otherwise not considered themselves wealthy enough to be able to invest. Reifler has been consulted and featured in major media outlets for his investment savvy and ability to make investing accessible for the average person.  Brad Reifler’s investment tips article in Reuters was another great source of information about what Brad has done and where he’s going.

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