Brad Reifler Engages In Philanthropy By Donating $3 Million To Easter Seals Dixon Center

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Easter Seals Dixon Center is one lucky organization to have recently established a partnership with Fore Front Capital Advisors in their mission to change the lives of militants and veterans. The charitable organization will first receive 3 million which will help in all their empowerment programs like creating awareness, empowerment, training on available jobs, health and wellness of the veterans and training on caregiver services. Most of the retired militants and veterans end up in desperation after long time service and devotion to the security of the United States of America. They end up poor and disrespected and not involved in the community at all.

To make them more productive Fore Front Capital Advisors in union with Easter Seals Dixon Center will work to find individuals and private organizations who will give the post veterans and militants job opportunities. This will empower them financially, help their families out of poverty and even make them active participants in the community. Brad sees this as a nice opportunity for business for the military community and the veterans and that by supporting Easter Seals Dixon Center financially they not only protect the future of the charitable organization but they will help in turning around the future of militants and veterans after a long time service to the states. Reifler also sees it as a good business opportunity for Fore Front Capital Advisors.

Wikiedia indicates Reifler is the Chief Executive Officer of Fore Front Advisors a company advising about commodities market and foreign exchange which is very versatile, but he has been in the field for more than 30 years making him the greatest expert in the field. Brad Reifler is the founder of Fore Front Capital Advisors; he founded the company in 2009 and since then has been advising and helping middle-income earners adopt new strategies of investment especially due to restrictions imposed on the high investment world. The first company he founded in 1982 was Reifler trading corporation, and it majored in global derivatives but later sold it to Refco. Later he founded Pali Capital, which he operated for 13 years making over $200 million of profit. He even expanded the company to major areas of the world like Singapore, Austria, Latin America, United Kingdom and the United States.

CrunchBase writes Reifler attended Bowdoin University and studied bachelors of political science and economics.  He is highly concerned that the billionaires only contribute to 1% of the whole economy, but they are given more priority than the middle and lower class that make the 99% of the whole economic productions. In his company Fore Front Capital Advisors, Reifler is concentrating on giving opportunities to the lower and the middle class.  Check out Brad Reifler’s 5 tips for investment article that set a new standard on Reuters for financial investment strategy.

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