Jeff Yastine works at Banyan Publishing as its editorial director and has held the position since 2015. He is also an editor of Total Wealth Insider, a subscription service that provides investors with investing insights that help them navigate the market. He uses his investing experience to help individuals identify stocks with promising futures that they can invest in. Yastine contributes to two other Banyan Hill publications, Winning Investor Daily and Sovereign Investor Daily, which look at investment trends and explains their implications to the ordinary person.
Who is Jeff Yastine
Yastine has amassed a wealth of knowledge in the area of investment during the years that he has served as a business journalist. From 1994 to 2010, Jeff anchored the financial news for PBS Nightly Business Report and was a correspondent as well. He covered stories across broad spectrums and shed light on many financial events like the 2000 real estate crisis and the Deep Water Horizon oil spill. During his time working as a financial journalist, he rubbed shoulders with some of the most notable names in the word of investing such as Warren Buffet, Michael Dell, and Steve Forbes. These encounters allowed Yastine to accumulate investment advice and knowledge that he now passes on to investors who need it. In 2007, Jeff worked on a story about the poor state of America’s infrastructure that earned him an Emmy nomination in the Business and Financial Reporting category.
The Kennedy Accounts
The Kennedy Accounts is one of the topics that Jeff Yastine has looked at extensively because a lot of investors have been curious about what they are. These accounts are based on a plan created by President Kennedy to help America grow. At a time when the GDP was low, and unemployment rates were high, a program was developed to inject funds amounting to several billion into some American companies. With the Kennedy accounts, Jeff explains, individuals can use direct stock purchase plans to make money from specific enterprises.
Yastine’s Thoughts on Cybersecurity
Cybersecurity is another area that professionals available to provide that security may not be enough to cater to the rising demand. Some predictions state that by 2022, there will be a shortage of IT security experts. It is why Yastine believes that cybersecurity companies will be the stocks to watch in the coming years. Visit: https://stocktwits.com/jeffyastine
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— Jeff Yastine (@Jeff_Y_Guru) January 9, 2018