Jeff Yastine serves the Total Wealth Insider as the editor. In 2015, he became the editorial director for Banyan Hill Publishing, offering the business more than twenty years of experience as a financial journalist, and an investor in the stock market. During his career, he has become knowledgeable regarding financial world events. Jeff Yastine makes weekly contributions to the Winning Investor Daily, and Banyan Hill’s Sovereign Investor Daily. He helps investors understand economic, business, and monetary trends, focusing on opportunities to make a profit.
Jeff Yastine’s work for the PBS Nightly Business Report as a correspondent, and an anchor from 1994 until 2010 resulted in an Emmy nomination. He has conducted interviews with the era’s most successful entrepreneurs, and financiers, and learned their investment secrets. This includes Sir Richard Branson, Michael Dell, Warren Buffett, and numerous others. The reporting of Jeff Yastine has been responsible for the identification on successful opportunities for investments in large company turnarounds, small-cap growth stacks, and encompassed a large variety of different sectors. This includes agriculture, big box retail, and developments within the biopharmaceutical sector.
Jeff Yastine’s reporting allowed investors to be warned about the 2000 rise of the unsustainable dot.com bubble, and the real estate crises that occurred in the middle of the 2000’s. His reporting additionally included major national events such as Hurricane Katrina’s financial impacts in 2005, the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill, when history was made in 1999 by the Panama Canal handover, and the influence the foreign automakers had in the Southeastern United States when they were building new manufacturing plants. In both 1994, and 2003, Jeff Yastine visited Cuba to report on the effect foreign investors were having on the economy of the nation.
In 2007, Jeff Yastine received a nomination for the Business Emmy Award. This was due to his reporting on the underfunded system in America regarding bridges, roads, and assorted forms of public infrastructures. He was part of the NBR team of journalists in 2002 who won the award for Excellence in Financial Journalism from the Society of Certified Public Accountants in the state of New York. The award was received for a special thirty-minute report concerning the nation’s bond market. Jeff Yastine is commonly referred to as JL, and has built a successful reporting career on integrity, insight, and hard work. He has made a name for himself in his chosen field, and his future holds a lot of promise.