Jeff Yastine joined Banyan Hill Publishing in 2015 as editorial director and is the Total Wealth Insider’s editor. Yastine has over twenty years of experience as a financial journalist and investor in the stock market. He also makes weekly contributions to the Winning Investor Daily and Sovereign Investor Daily which helps investors to understand trends in economics and business while highlighting opportunity to make a profit.
Jeff Yastine interviewed some of the rather successful entrepreneurs and financiers from 1994 to 2010 when he was the correspondent and anchor (Emmy nominated) of PBS’ Nightly Business Report. Successful investment opportunities were identified in both large company turnarounds and small cap growth stocks through Yastine’s reporting. His reporting warned investors of the crisis in real estate and the dot com bubble’s unsustainable rise. Visit stockgumshoe.com to know more.
Jeff Yastine reported on this like the oil spill from Deepwater Horizon, Huricane Katrina’s financial impact and the influence the building of manufacturing plants by foreign automakers had. Yastine also reported on the 1999 Panama Canal handover. During both 1994 and 2003 he visited Cuba to report on foreign investors role in the nation’s economy.
Jeff Yastine’s reporting on the underfunding system of brides, roads and other public infrastructes got him a nomination for the 2007 Business Emmy Award. He has been nominated for several awards over the course of his career. Yastine is a contributor to Medium.com where he writes on issues that are associated with cybersecurity and the stock market. Visit the website jeffyastineguru.com to learn more.
Jeff Yastine attended the University of Florida where he studied journalism, and went on to a successful career that ended up in the financial sector. Jeff Yastine is considered an expert in his field. He first began investing during the 1987 stock market crash when he was only twenty-three. The first stock Jeff Yastine bought was Wal-Mart, while he did not suffer a loss he did not have a large financial gain either.