Forefront Management Group’s Chief Executive Officer, Brad Reifler saw the need to help investors with less capital to invest into national and global markets. Reifler founded the investment banking and advisory firm in 2009. When he started the firm, he targeted accredited investors. Eventually, he developed strategies to include non-accredited investors without income criteria.
Mr. Reifler endeavors to change the firm’s services for the middle class and U.S. citizens, included offering a 529 college savings plan and developing a public fund. The college savings plan was created for people regardless of wealth status and income. People who invested into the college savings fund experienced losses. Brad Reifler didn’t give up on his mission to offer services to the average American and middle class investors.
Wikipedia shows that after he observed the economic situation pertaining to student debt in 2005, and the percentage of people who weren’t able to save more than $6 thousand dollars, his focus began to shift again. The Great Recession that followed after 2005, caused an economic crisis that impacted Americans greatly. Millions of Americans were unable to save and had to financially recovery from the aftermath. Now that the U.S. economy has stabilized with growth in employment in 2015 and 2016, Americans are positioned to start financial planning for future savings.
After Mr. Reifler founded Forefront Capital, he began to help investors plan for retirement and additional supplement income. He provided important factors that investors should consider to financially plan in a Marketwired press release. Investors are advised to consult with an experience investment advisor; learn the risks and expenses involved before investing; set realistic goals; and diversify investment portfolios.