When it comes to making a living via investments there are few who know the ins and outs more than Forefront Capital CEO, Brad Reifler. Reifler essentially came up from nothing and was afforded some special opportunities in life that allowed him to make his hay in the marketplace. Reifler founded Forefront Capital back in 2009 and since then he has led the company ever forward. One place that has touched Reifler emotionally is the subject of how hard it is for the lower and middle income investors to gain any traction in the market and, for that reason, Reifler has accordingly decided to establish Forefront Income Trust.
Reifler knows firsthand that you can’t go far in the investment world if you don’t meet the standards set by the Security Exchange Commissions (SEC) as it pertains to being an accredited investor. An accredited investor is an investor that has a net worth of over $1 million or an annual income that supersedes $200,000. This threshold obviously limits the title to a relatively small section of the American population. Accredited investors get priority with brokers while also getting other key benefits that allow them to grow even wealthier. This process has left the ‘99%’ of the investment world behind.
Brad was given the keys to his father-in-law’s life savings in order to invest the money after the man turned 80. His father-in-law did not meet the aforementioned accredited standards and as such he was not allowed to invest in a way that would have made him optimal cash. As a result Reifler felt that it was almost imperative that he use his position with Forefront Capital in order to make a difference and actually help out these people. That’s why he established Forefront Income Trust.
Forefront Income Trust is a public fund that offers non accredited investors a chance to really start playing with the market. All they need is the ability to meet the minimum threshold of $2,500 in order to get into the game. They can add or withdraw the initial investment afterwards at every quarter. Forefront Income Trust is not tied to the stock market and as such is much less prone to the dramatic swings that could result in a huge loss. So Forefront Income Trust is focusing on a slow and steady financial growth for their customers, giving them the chance to succeed in a relatively closed environment.
You might think a place like New Brunswick never changes. After all it has always been the home of Rutgers University, the Johnson & Johnson corporation, and remains the county seat. As the 20th century waned, New Brunswick grappled with all the same issues plaguing many cities across North America. Property values had taken a dive as more and more real estate became neglected and abandoned. Immigration was brisk, but jobs were scarce. However, the good citizens of New Brunswick rose to the challenge. Slow but steady progress was made and is still being made. The progress is, overall, quite significant.
The NJ Spotlight published an article about the wonderful about-face New Brunswick has effected in the last four decades. It has a new modern skyline and a new image. The leaders in this fine reemerging city have groomed New Brunswick to be more like the city of Cambridge, in New Jersey. The previous generation are mostly passed and their former heritage culture has too. The main employer remains Johnson & Johnson, a company that purposely decided not to join the exodus other companies made. Instead, the company became the starter of a revitalized New Brunswick.
Rutgers University became increasingly a part of local plans for development and encouraged many private companies with strong businesses to commit to urban renewal and improve the commercial, residential, and academic environment of the city. The millennials were demanding more friendly mass transit to commute for work and play to this more hip, more modern New Brunswick. Boraie Development LLC designed and built the Aspire, with beautifully architecture this residential high-rise stands near the center of town. Boraie saw the great potential of New Brunswick to become a bedroom community that has direct daily access to Philadelphia and New York.
The Aspire has become the centerpiece indeed. Located nearby the train station, it offers 2-bedroom apartments with as much hip style as a Manhattan loft, but at a quite lower price. Each unit is the definition of ‘cool’ with a community-style lounging area and a full kitchen. The building has a fitness and yoga center, a full-time doorman, and even a garden patio area on the roof. Along with this, Boraie has built the Robert Wood Johnson Health and Wellness Plaza, helping to improve and maintain the urban population’s physical health. In many ways, New Brunswick is poised to become a new center of activity with a new focus for a new generation.
I have found out recently an article about Joseph Bismark on Please Don’t Ask Alice, and it has recently inspired me in so many ways. Joseph Bismark is changing the way business is growing. He has been one of the few people that has changed the way corporations grow their business. Joseph is one of the few people in the business marketing industry that didn’t grow up normally the way other corporate managers and CEOs of companies may have been brought up. Find out how Bismark is using his off upbringing as a way to help businesses and change people’s lives, along with inspire people like myself to become a better businessman.
Joseph grew up as a normal young kid, but when he turned nine years old, he decided to become a monk. He studied the beauty of learning and being in connection with God. He moved to the Mac ashram amounts right in the Philippines, and that is where he spent the next several years. He studied, meditated, and understood the beauty of one’s spirituality and finding one’s soul in life. He then left at the tender age of seventeen to work in the corporate industry, and it is there’s where he developed the knowledge that would eventually turn him into the managing director for the IQ Group, along with one of the co-founders of the QNet family.
His Philosophy On Business
The one thing he has always believed in is the power of team work. He knows how to work with his employees and bring them to a new level of knowledge straight off the bat. He believes that everybody in any way can learn and excel in their craft. With just a quick push, you too can lead people to excellence in the workplace. I have found that the teachings of this man are very high level and can work for almost any type of business in the industry. He never seems to let his spirituality and upbringing stop him; instead he is using it as a way to improve upon everything at work.