While Brad Reifler is known as a financial investor, it does not mean he can’t give his thoughts on other topics. He recently discussed the film, Money Monster, which stars George Clooney and Julia Roberts and is directed by Jodie Foster. Those are three of the biggest names in Hollywood and when they are involved in a project that is released by a major studio and gets released in numerous cinemas, it is sure to draw attention. It is also going to get people interested. There are talk shows like the one that Lee Gates (George Clooney) is hosting out there. There are people that claim to know it all when it comes to stocks and money.
However, there is a difference between those who think they are experts and those that are actually experts. Brad Reifler is someone that truly knows what he is talking about and has the knowledge and the experience to back up everything he says. Nothing he says is for show or just for the sake of it. He is the CEO of Forefront Capital and the great thing about him is that he completely changed his career path. He used to help the rich get richer as they say and now he helps middle America with their money and helps them invest in good investments for their future. If they are listening to Brad Reifler, they are listening to the right man.
After all, he has worked for the following companies as listed on LinkedIn: Pali Capital, Refco, Reifler Trading Company, Sino Mercury Company, Genesis Securities, European American Investment Bank, and Foresight Research Solutions. Everywhere Brad Reifler has gone, he has learned from it and put that experience under his belt. That is why they turned to him when the film Money Monster came to get his thoughts on it as it focuses on how the little guy suffers and the big companies get fatter pockets. Three things stuck out to him: fees, access to investments, and stock market risk. When it comes to fees, no one likes them and sometimes they sneak up on people. As far as access to investments, in the past, they would pick and choose who had access to them. With risk, the non-accredited investors don’t have a lot of choices.