Are there actually places to safely invest your money? This is a concern that grows larger and larger as days of uncertainty continued to mount in the financial markets. Many people who still have money remaining after the great financial crash of 2008 want to find safe harbors for the remainder of their nest egg. But in many cases, finding those places of safety is becoming more and more difficult.
One can only hope for the best, especially in the light of recent larger failings in the financial markets. With major players in the world markets in fluctuation, many investments that were once considered safe, are now considered shaky at best. One can see that even a significant change in other markets outside of the United States can have major financial consequences for monetary interests at home. So, where does one go to find safe investments, especially for individuals that don’t have a lot of money to lose?
For many people looking for the financial stability with the possibilities for adequate returns, many investment houses have taken strides to bridge the gap between investments for the upper class and investments for the lower and middle classes. The Securities and Exchange Commission have recentlychanged their various guidelines to include investment opportunities for those who could not readily afford them in the past.
Individual investment houses such as Forefront Capital run by CEO Brad Reifler, have correlated investment vehicles specifically designed to accommodate middle-class investors. Investors can now take part in investments for as little as $2500 and partake in the same return to that accredited investors are now allowed to. This marks a substantial change from current SEC policies that limited the risk that middle-class investors could take in the market.
Brad Reifler has many years in the investment field, having worked for major investment firms and equity houses. He currently serves as the CEO for Forefront Capital and Sino Mercury Company, and has currently worked in the financial field for companies such as Refco and his own firm, Reifler Trading. This unique perspective and experience has helped him to formulate these plans geared specifically toward high-yield and low risk for middle-class investors.
LinkedIn writes that many investors are wondering what the future holds for their various holdings. With the innovation and foresight of individuals such as Reifler and Forefront Capital, those entering the market hoping to reap expected rewards can do so with more confidence than ever before.