There is a company called Forefront Capital. Recently they have been looking to provide investment advice for the 99%. Up until recently investment strategies have only been made available to those who could afford to do so. These people include those who made in access of $200,000 a year.

why?

Investing takes time and money. Most people have more time than money these days. It seems to really make a profit in the stock market or any kind of investment, you need at least a few hundred a month to take part. This means that only the 1% can take part. According to people like Brad this is completely unfair.

“I see it everyday. I see people who want to invest money badly, but they can’t. Why? They don’t have the means. This is very discouraging. Which is why I am looking to change things, both me and my firm. We see so much potential and so many loopholes in the finance system. Something has to be done.”

Brad went on even further about investment strategies in his 5 Tips for Investment Reuters article.

“There are so many that can afford to take part, it’s just that their plans are not as coherent. This needs to change. I think if more people got a grasp on their money, they might see options they never saw before.”

To that end, below you will find a list of strategies Brad feels will be very beneficial to everyone.

1)Take control of your money and the person you enlist to help you with it. You have to know who is taking charge of your money. You have to have that trust. This is why some people get weird about investing. Maybe they had a bad experience in the past. In order to get over this hurdle, clients have to take a chance again. This includes getting to know the person they hire. If you can’t trust the person you hire, how can you trust them with your options. Clients have to feel good about taking a chance again.

2)Clients need to take a look at all the risks. Figure out if the cost is worth the return you will get. Some risks are going to cost money. Can you afford to do this? if not, you might want to hold off. Go over every option carefully. It’s not enough to look at the superficial levels, which is what many clients do. The deeper levels will tell you if it’s worth investing or not.

These are just a few examples of how Brad and his firm can help you out.