Jeff Yastine is a former financial journalist who initially interviewed world’s top stock market experts, financiers, and entrepreneurs and through this, he took their views to heart, to become a great investor today. He is currently the Editorial Director at Banyan Hill Publishing. Jeff began serving here in 2015. He edits the Total Wealth Insider and contributes to helping investors to see the opportunities in the market and benefit from such opportunities. Additionally, he contributes to Banyan Hill’s Winning Investor Daily and Sovereign Investor Daily on a weekly basis. Jeff Yastine provides an understanding to investors in financial, economic, and business trends that will make clients get considerable profits. Watch this video on Youtube.
Jeff studied journalism at the University of Florida. After graduation, he worked with Raleigh-Durham in North Carolina as a television reporter. In 1993, Jeff joined the staff of PBS’ broadcast Nightly Business Reports as an anchor and a correspondent. Jeff says that newscast was most watched and sought out daily especially the financial broadcast in the entire world. Working as a correspondent, Jeff Yastine identified investment opportunities early enough for the NBR’s viewers. Some of the companies that would become big stock market winners include Petmed Express, Carnival Corp, Royal Caribbean, SBA Communications, and Intuitive Surgical. Read this article at Seeking Alpha.
In other words, people who have run out of options — but still need to borrow cash.
— Jeff Yastine (@Jeff_Y_Guru) April 10, 2018
Some major and prominent individuals that Jeff has interviewed in the line of finance, economics, and business in the world include Michael Dell, Sir Richard, John Bogle, Warren Buffett, Wayne Huizenga, and Frank Perdue among others. Throughout his life, Jeff Yastine has learned various matters concerning international, academic, and finances. Jeff has as well interviewed many board members for Federal Reserve and the Nobel Prize laureate winner for 2017, Richard Thaler, who operated in behavioral economics. All this has given Jeff great experience and enabled him to help many Americans in protecting and growing in their wealth through safe investing in companies with a great value for their investors.
Jeff Yastine shares how he got to be involved in the stock market in 1987. He was then working at NBC television in Fort Myers, Florida, at the age of 23 years. Jeff did not have any stocks then and the crash was trivial as he says and tremendous that left most anchors affected. He resolved to make some purchases that allowed him to make at least some amount of money. By the time he began interviewing investors, he had learned some skills and knowledge in investment industry that enabled him to make a turnaround.