NEW YORK, May 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The following release is being distributed on behalf of Forefront Capital.
Lee Gates is a Wall Street guru who picks hot stocks as host of the television show "Money Monster." Suddenly, during a live broadcast, disgruntled investor Kyle Budwell storms onto the set and takes Gates hostage. He tells Lee that he lost everything on one of his tips. As Gates tries to plead with Kyle, he's also using an earpiece to communicate with his longtime producer in the control room. Clooney and cast try to keep themselves from being blown-up all the while attempting to uncover the truth behind this tangled web of lies.
Money Monster, although being a fictional movie, uncovers some truth about Wall St and the disadvantages that the small investor faces. Unfortunately, Wall St focuses on wealthy (accredited) investors, and provides them with the ability to invest in certain opportunities restricted from non-accredited investors. Bradley Reifler, the CEO of Forefront Capital, who has previously focused on helping the wealthy get wealthier has changed his focus to Middle America, and has made it his mission to provide the 99% with the same investment opportunities as the 1%.
Bradley Reifler shared three major problems that the small investor faces:
Fees are a huge problem on Wall St, and most firms charge large management fees regardless of their portfolio's performance. This means that brokers are getting rich regardless of their client's success. This is wrong.
2.Access to investments
In the past, non-accredited investors have been limited to what investments they are allowed to participate in. Accredited investors are considered more intelligent by the government and thus able to invest in hedge funds, private equity, and other private funds.
3. Stock Market Risk
Due to the limited investment options given to non-accredited investors, most of the investments that the non-accredited investor is involved in are correlated to the stock market.
Bradley Reifler launched Forefront Capital in order to combat these problems and bring power back to the smaller investor. His goal is to level the playing field by providing the 99% with investment opportunities typically reserved for the wealthy. Forefront Capital charges no management fee and has designed all investments to be non-correlated to the stock market. "Middle America needs access to these kinds of investment opportunities in order to save smartly for the future" said Bradley Reifler.
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Forefront Capital is a global financial services firm and, together with its subsidiaries, provides alternative investment management, investment banking and capital markets services. The foundation of Forefront is its ability to attract highly respected and influential business leaders. Our unique community and relationships provide opportunities typically not available to boutique firms. We view our clients as long-term partners and aim to add value beyond capital raising and advisory services. We often invest proprietary capital to ensure our alignment of interests.
Forefront has created a variety of public and private investment vehicles to access niche market opportunities. Our uniquely sourced asset management products are structured in an effort to be high yielding, risk mitigated and uncorrelated to the market.