Brad Reifler Reveals the Truth Behind the Movie “Money Monster”

“Money Monster” is a film that features Lee Gates, a television show host who chooses hot stocks. In one of the live broadcast of the show, Kyle Budwell, a disgruntled investor, abruptly storms his way onto the set and holds Lee Gates hostage. He informs Lee that he lost everything due to relying on a tip he gave in one of his shows. Gates pleads with Kyle for his life while communicating with his longtime producer who is still in the control room.

The rest of the people keep off in order to protect themselves from being blown up as they attempt to uncover the real facts behind the meshed muddle of lies.

Relevance of the Movie

Money Monster maybe fictional but it reveals some truths about Wall Street and the disadvantages that small investors have to contend with. Wall Street tends to focus a lot on the accredited (wealthy) investors and offers them with the opportunity of investing in a number of opportunities that are restricted to investors who are non-accredited.

According to Crunchbase, Brad Reifler, the Forefront Capital CEO, used to focus on the wealthy investors but shifted his focus towards the Middle America. Brad Reifler has made it his mission to offer 99% of investors with all the opportunities that are accorded to the 1%.

Brad Reifler on the Problems Small Investors Face

Brad Reifler lifted the veil on the three major issues that small investors face. The first problem is fees, which is a major issue on Wall Street as most firms charge exorbitant fees despite the performance of their portfolios. Brokers get rich at the expense of clients. Learn more about Brad Reifler: http://www.barrons.com/articles/the-mystery-stock-thats-up-14-fold-this-year-1482555949

Secondly, small or non-accredited investors have limits to the type of investments they can invest in unlike their accredited counterparts. Thirdly, the investment options available to small investors are interrelated to the stock market.

Brad Reifler’s Forefront Capital

Brad Reifler launched his Forefront Capital with an aim of tackling these issues and giving power to the small investors. He aims to level the field by offering the majority with investment opportunities that are reserved for the wealthy.

Forefront Capital does not charge any management fee and its investments are non-related with the stock market. He believes that the Middle America needs such opportunities in order to save smart for their future.

Milestone Achieved By Paul Mampilly At Profits Unlimited

For about 20 years, Paul Mampilly worked at Wall Street serving a wide range of clients like Deutsche Bank, ING and others. In 2009, at the height of global financial crisis, Paul won an investment award organized by Templeton Foundation for increasing an investment from $50 million to $88 million without shorting stocks.

In 2016, he signed a contract with Banyan Hill Publishing to venture into Profit Unlimited with the sole objective of leading Main Street Americans into revenue generating investment opportunities. Currently, he has over 60,000 subscribers who depend on his financial expertise.

Mampilly’s role is to recommend a new type of stock to subscribers through emails. He updates the subscribers on weekly basis on one or two stocks that he believes will yield high rate return on investment. One subscriber confessed that the stocks recommended by Mampilly are turning into profitable investment opportunities. In fact, out of the 13 stocks Paul has recommended in the past, 11 of them are profitable. One of his recommendation, a semiconductor company he wrote about on June 1 2016 after launching Profits Unlimited is now up 160% up.

About Paul Mampilly

Paul is an American investor and hedge fund manager who founded Profits Unlimited, a famous investment newsletter. He was born in India and later moved to the United States as a young man. Paul Mampilly began his career in 1991 at Deutsche Banking serving as research assistant, and later he rose to higher ranks being responsible for multimillion dollar accounts at ING and Bankers Trust.

He joined Kinetics International Fund as hedge fund manager, and during his tenure, the firm’s asset rose from $6 billion to $25 billion. In 2012, he invested in Sarepta Therapeutics, and eight months later Paul sold his investment for a 2,539% gain. After earning a series of good investment returns, he retired at 42 and shifted his focus to the Main Street Americans.

Bruce Levenson, the Entrepreneur who is Mentoring the Youth to Become Great Leaders in the Non-Profit Sector

Bruce Levenson is an entrepreneur born and raised in Maryland. He holds a Bachelor of Art in political science and a Juris Doctor from the American University. Bruce worked as a journalist for the Washington Star when he was at the law school. Bruce has been very accomplished in his career and business. According to Forbes, Bruce bought the Atlanta Hawks basketball team that was not doing very well and transformed it to be one of the best team.

The most fulfilling thing in Bruce’s life is establishing the Do Good Institute, https://www.benzinga.com/news/17/03/9165680/university-of-marylands-non-profit-initiative-is-changing-higher-education . The Institute goal is to motivate students from the Maryland University to involve them in voluntary work and impact them with skills to become competent in the world of non-profit. Most of the non-profit organizations in America and the world as a whole have failed to achieve their goals because of being led by individuals who don’t have the required knowledge.

Bruce Levenson’s Do Good Institute is focused on ensuring that it trains more young people to lead non-profit organizations well and be in a position to compete with leaders in the private sector. Bruce and his wife have donated over $75 million to the Do good Institute and the contribution will go a long way to motivate a brood of young men and women who will head philanthropic initiatives successfully. Bruce’s Institute is committed to ensuring that every graduate from the Maryland University is taught on the values of giving to the community and they are trained on being great leaders of non-profit initiatives.

The UCG chairman Bruce Levenson’s initiative has been the best thing he has ever done and the Do Good Initiative has already mentored leaders who are changing the society. Ben Simon formerly a student leader has started a program in his community that is known as the “Imperfect Produce.” The program has effectively helped people to get rid of waste and produce goods without emitting a lot of waste products.