Investing Advice From Brad Reifler

Brad Reifler has five tips to investing for those people who are not among the one percent of people who are accredited investors. According to an article that appeared in Reuters, Reifler represents the 99 percent of people who are not accredited investors. By following his tips for investing, non-accredited investors can make sound investments as well.

Reifler has five tips to offer investors, and he’s echoed them on Twitter. The first tip is to be careful. Make a list of goals, assets, debts, expenses, future expenses. Do not invest money that will be needed in case of an emergency. The next tip is to show concern for the safety of your money that you are investing. Be aware of who is handling your money as well as knowing that is it going into safe investments. Tip three is the stock market is not safe enough for your whole investment. Spread the money around. The fourth tip is to create a relationship with the person who is investing your money. This is the only way to create trust with the person who is responsible for your money. The last tip is to know why you are investing and keep those goals in sight. Start small and safe and if your investment objectives are being met, that is the time to invest more.

Brad Reifler first company was the Reifler Trading Company but he is more recognized as being the founder and chief executive of Forefront Capital. Reifler’s goal is to educate his clients on how the investment world works and thus giving them the power to invest their money in ways that will be profitable for them.  Read more about Brad on his website, and see his other important articles on Reuters.

CEO of Squaw Valley Ski Resort Encourages the Clean Power Plan


Andy Wirth is the president and Ceo of Squaw Valley Ski Resort, which was the location for the 1965 Winter Olympics. Mr. Wirth believes in supporting the community in every way possible, and today he holds the position of chairman of the Reno Tahoe Airport Authority Board of Trustees, and he has strong views on the Clean Power Plan, which he is avidly supporting.

The week of September 10th, the Reno Gazette-Journal reported that the Reno City Council voted to accept the Clean Power Plan. This Plan is designed to move the U.S.toward clean renewable energy and away from the dirty coal power that monopolizes our country. This important step in this industry is one step closer to creating a clean air environment for our children’s future.

Andy Wirth strongly believes in the Clean Air Plan and is on a tireless campaign to bring significant supporters and city groups into agreement with a way to provide clean, healthy and sustainable energy in the economy. He is determined to maintain the pressure on utility companies and elected officials to accept the Plan.

Who is Andy Wirth?

Any Wirth is a young, professional in hotel and resort management who has been president and CEO of Squaw Valley Ski Resort since 2010. Previously, he was chairmen of the board of the Steamboat Ski Corporation where he worked in different management positions from 1987 to 2007 when the resort was acquired by Intrawest. His outstanding management skills did not go unnoticed by Intrawest and he was promoted to chief marketing officer and executive vice president of sales and marketing. Mr. Wirth was overseer of the entire Intrawest Portfolio of mountain and ski resorts, which was a prestigious position.

Mr. Wirth strongly believes in a clean air, clean environment for this area of Reno and Lake Tahoe and for the country, and by supporting the Clean Power Plan that everyone would benefit in a growing economy. He also welcomes clean energy sourcing at the same time some of the world’s leading companies become such as Tesla, Microsoft and Apple become involved too.