The investment sector of the financial industry is very challenging. Many investors look for a competitive edge to help improve their chances of being able to make a good return on their investments. One of the ways that many investors look to achieve a competitive advantage is by using a top investment firm to manage or help with their investments. The use of investment firms is a common way that many investors use to handle the tasks required related to their investments.
The type of investors that many top investment firms tend to work with are not the average investor. Usually top investment firms work with what are referred to as accredited investors. As defined by the financial industry, an accredited investors is someone who earns over $200,000 per year, and the individual has a net worth over one million dollars. This type of investor is rare. The entire group that comprises the accredited investor group makes up about only 1% of the total number of potential investors.
The remaining 99% of potential investors are referred to as non-accredited investors. As defined by the financial industry, non-accredited investors earn less than $200,000 per year, and the investors have a net worth of less than one million dollars. Generally, many top investment firms do not seek out non-accredited investors. The focus of most top investment firms is the 1% of accredited investors.
Although the focus on accredited investors has been something that has gone on in the investment sector for many years, there are top investment firms that will make investments available to non-accredited investors. One of these top investment firms is Forefront Capital. The CEO of Forefront Capital is Brad Reifler. Recently, Brad Reifler made the decision to start making investments available to non-accredited investors. The way that Brad Reifler handles investments regarding non-accredited investors is to allow the investors to purchase smaller amounts of the investments over an extended time period.
Brad Reifler decided to start allowing non-accredited investors to make investments through Forefront Capital because he wanted to give non-accredited investors the same opportunity to invest in high performing investments as accredited investors.