‘Money Monster’ is a television show hosted by a Wall Street expert, Lee Gates. He runs the show by picking on hot stocks. Recently, an incident occurred where a resentful investor stormed the set on live broadcast and attacked Lee Gates. The angry investor claimed that he had lost everything by virtue of following their investment tips. The commotion left the cast baffled as they tried to come to terms with a series of lies in the show. Despite being a fictional show, ‘Money Monster,’ gives a clear view of Wall Street and exposes the problems that small investors face. It only focuses on accredited investors by giving them a platform to invest in greater opportunities.
The CEO of Forefront Capital Management, Bradley Reifler, has shifted his focus from helping the wealthy to small investors. Brad Reifler is determined to offer equal investment opportunities to all investors in America. Below, he shares the problems faced by small investors on Wall Street.
Most firms on Wall St charge huge management fees despite their performance portfolio. This is a major problem for small investors since it only leaves the brokers richer while they struggle to make profit.
Since the government considers accredited investors to be traditionally intelligent, they have unlimited opportunities to invest in private equity, hedge funds and other private funds. On the other hand, non-accredited investors are only left with limited investment options.
III.Risky stock markets
Due to their limited access to investment opportunities, small investors mostly engage in investments that are correlated to the stock market.
About Bradley Reifler
Brad Reifler founded Forefront Capital Management to give small investors latitude to engage in different investment opportunities. The company does not charge management fees. Its investment opportunities are designed to be non-correlated to the stock market. Previously, Brad Reifler founded Pali Capital where he successfully served as CEO for 13 years. Pali Capital made consistent profits of over $200 million and expanded its services to the U.K. and Australia. Brad Reifler started his entrepreneurial career in 1982 when he founded the Reifler Trading Corporation. He sold it to Refco in 2000.