Money Monster, a new film was recently explained by Brad Reifler. The film is about Lee Gates that is a Wall Street veteran. He selects hot stocks for Money Monster, a television show, which he hosts. Suddenly, Kyle Budwell, a disgruntled investor storms the proceedings during a live broadcast. Budwell tells Lee that his tips are the reasons he lost everything. Subsequently, Gates tries to plead with him while also using an earpiece to talk with his producer on the other end. Clooney as well as the cast make an effort to keep themselves from getting blown up while trying to unveil the truth.
Even though Money Monster is a fictional movie, it shades light about Wall Street as well as the shortcomings small investors face. Unluckily, Wall Street often focuses on wealthy investors. It offers them the ability to make investments in a number of opportunities that are not available to non accredited investors.
Brad Reifler has made it his mission to offer the non- accredited investors that constitute 99% the same opportunities as the credited investors. The focus of the Forefront CEO has been on assisting the credited investors get wealthier. However, that has now changed. That includes large management fees charged by many Wall Street firms and access to investments. Stock market risk brought about by the limited investment opportunities is the other problem.
About Brad Reifler
He created the firm in 2009. Brad Reifler is the former chief executive officer, founding partner, as well as the chairman of Pali Capital. He was a star trader at Refco where he worked before forming Pali Capital. Refco purchased his initial venture, Reifler Trading Company in 2000. Reifler serves as a director in a number of firms that include Symmetry Property Development, LLC, ITG Market Research Inc., ROOT Exchange, and Sino Mercury Company. Additionally, he has served as the director of European American Investment Bank, Genesis Securities, and Foresight Research Solutions. He graduated from Bowdoin College and holds several regulatory licenses that include series 3,7,24, along with 63. Follow Brad on Twitter for more on his career, and more financial assessment.