Brad Reifler, Chief Executive Officer and Serial Entrepreneur

A serial entrepreneur is a person who starts several businesses over a period of time and is more successful at succeeding in their ventures than first-time entrepreneurs due to their having more experience and an established record.

Those entrepreneurs also have many excellent tips that they can share in person or in articles such as “What Every Young Adult Should Know About Finance”, which was published in the Huffington Post’s Contributor platform on November 18, 2016.

That article is mostly aimed at young people starting out in their careers with the idea of treating themselves like a business and applying some of those principles such as the importance of a budget, saving at least a little money each week which will add up over the years especially with compound interest, building up good credit, the differences between a good deal and a low price that might not be worth it, paying for an affordable college instead of a fancy expensive one since employers now look more at a prospective employee’s skill sets than where a candidate went to school, and other helpful ideas.

Bradley Carl Reifler, simply known as Brad Reifler, was the author of that article. He is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Forefront Capital Markets Management, LLC headquartered in New York City and holds other titles as well in subsidiaries, businesses, and organizations.

He has also founded a number of financial services and other firms including his prior business, Pali Capital, where he served as CEO and Chairman for 13 years. During that time, the company soared to $200 million profits, and offices in the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia.

After more than 30 years in the business, Reifler is well qualified to provide his and his associates’ experienced guidance in the fields of forex markets and commodities. Brad knows what works when it comes to understanding and sharing the concepts that will help anyone build a secure and stable financial future and turn money into more money.