Mind-blowing Facts about Brad Reifler

An American and well known entrepreneur, Brad Reifler attended Bowdoin College where he attained his bachelor’s degree. What you may not know about him is that he has wide connections in 6 different industries where he connects with 5 Board Members in 5 varying organizations. Mr. Reifler holds such appealing traits in leadership. Such have seen him spearhead activities in companies of high regard such CIFCO International Group serving as a Partner, Forefront Capital Markets Management and LLC where he is the founder and CEO. In 1995 he founded Pali Capital Inc. where he served as the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer until 2008.

It is also worth noting that in 1992, Brad Reifler founded Reifler Capital Management as he continued serving in various capacities in different companies. So far the company has exhibited great prowess in offering advice, creating and executing business coalitions, banking, distribution of leaders as well as portfolio management. The regulatory licenses he holds are amazing, ranging from 3, 7, 24, and 63. He is of incredible wisdom regarding money matters and that is probably the reason he has maintained an excellent track in performance. Commonly he is known as a serial entrepreneur.

Brad Reifler’s Response to a Fictional Movie “Money Monster”

The movie exposes the shortcomings experienced by a small investor in an attempt to keep in the expedition of weathering the stormy financial atmosphere. Lee Gates, a Wall Street guru is taken captive by a resentful investor Kyle Budwell, after picking hot stocks as host of a TV program. As it unfolds, there is a tangling web of lies that Clooney and cast make attempts to uncover.

Responding to the same, Brad Reifler clearly elaborates the three main challenges faced by the small investor as follows; fees; where the middlemen end up enriching themselves even when their clients may not thrive. He goes on condemning this act. Secondly, he talks of access to investments; small investors being limited to the investments they can take part in as they are considered less intelligent as compared to accredited investors and finally the Stock Market Risk where the only available investments to non-accredited investors are interrelated to the stock market.