Brad Reifler Is Helping To Provide For Veterans At Easter Seals Dixon Center

Investment advisor and founder of Forefront Capital, Brad Reifler recently announced a gift he had given to Easter Seals Dixon Center of $3 million. This gift is part of a philanthropic partnership that Reifler and Forefront Capital have formed with the veteran care center to provide for special needs to former military servicemen. The Center’s primary tasks have been finding doctors and healthcare services as well as education and employment for servicemen transitioning into civilian life. Reifler is proud to help armed forces men and women in addition to his own company clients, and is hopeful his gift will allow Easter Seals Dixon to expand its operation.

Brad Reifler has years of investment experience and special funds management and has gone beyond just advising wealthy clients to giving people everywhere tips on investing. His main goal has been to help investors find other ways to invest besides going through the stock market, and helping start alternative funds that anyone can invest in.

Prior to founding Forefront Capital, Brad Reifler built several other companies including Reifler Trading Company, an independent futures investment firm that emerged from a global derivatives and discretionary accounts business he had begun with. He owned that company for nearly 20 years before he sold it to Refco Inc. Some 13 years after founding Reifler Trading Company, he started Pali Capital which became a billion-dollar hedge fund management firm and had offices in New York and several other countries. Reifler left this company in 2010 to start Forefront Capital and later Forefront Income Trust. In addition to Easter Seals Dixon Center, Brad Reifler is also on the Board of Trustees at Millbrook School, a New York co-ed boarding school.

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