Forefront Capital Creates Forefront Income Trust To Create Investment Opportunities For Non-accredited Investors

Many non-accredited investors believe that the top one percent have a secret they tightly keep that make them accumulate gains in investments. When Brad Reifler launched Forefront Capital, his aim was to close the economic gap between the wealthy and average investors with Forefront Income Trust. Forefront Income Trust is a tool to help non-accredited investors access the same investment opportunities as the accredited investors.

For many years, Brad Reifler focused on accredited investors making over $200,000 a year and with a net worth of over $1 million. However, this meant that over 44% of the middle-class Americans with less than $6000 in savings could not access most of the investment opportunities. The objective of the Forefront Income Trust is to reduce the risks that average investors face when they intend to invest in the opportunities taken by accredited investors. It was also a way of increasing the level of savings to a level where the middle-class Americans can invest in the investment opportunities reserved for top one percent.

According to SEC, an accredited investor must meet the minimum requirements which include an income exceeding $200,000 in each of the two recent years, and his/her spouse has an income exceeding $300,000 for the last two years. Alternatively, the investor must meet a minimum net worth (together with the spouse) that exceeds $1 million at the time of purchase.

The investment world is one that has undergone improvements over time. The accredited investor standards were originally designed by the government agencies to protect the shareholders from risky investments. The SEC Investor Advisory Committee that was founded in 2010 was given the task of reviewing the changes that can be made in the investment world.

Considering Forefront Income Trust is not integrated into the stock market, clients are allowed to diversify their investment using their 401K and savings. Forefront Income Trust puts the necessary structures to mitigate risks associated with higher return strategies.  Check out one of Brad’s official websites for more information, not to mention his Bloomberg for all of his business acumen.

    Jim Sanders says:

    Forefront Income Trust is an opportunity for non-accredited investors to invest at a minimum of $2500. One of the recommendations was that the current income and net-worth tests should be eliminated after being in operation for 32 years. I do know for sure that could have gotten a larger things than this to make sure everything would work out well.