Jeff Yastine or simply “JL” to those that know him well is the current Total Wealth Insider editor. Jeff had over twenty years of knowledge as a financial journalist and stock market investor when he first joined Banyan Hill Publishing in 2015 as an editorial director, an experience that he gained while handling some of the biggest world events in the field of finance. His vast knowledge in finance has enabled him to become a contributor to the Winning Investor Daily and banyan Hill’s Sovereign Investor daily, which he does on a weekly basis. These two publications assist investors to appreciate monetary, business, and economic inclinations and emphasizes the profitable prospects that our financial editors bring to the fore.
Jeff has interrogated and gained knowledge on the secrets of investment from among the most prosperous entrepreneurs and financiers of the recent past like Sir. Richard Branson, Warren Buffet, Michael Dell among others, during his time as a correspondent and Emmy-nominated anchor at PBS Nightly Business report a sting he performed from 1994 to 2010. Jeff Yastine informative and accurate reporting has also over the years assisted in recognizing positive investment prospects in big firm improvement and companies with a relatively small market capitalization. Jeff has also been in the forefront in helping identify opportunities across a broad range of segments from agriculture to massive retailers and biopharmaceutical sector developments.
Jeff’s reporting was instrumental in assisting investors forecast about the events that took place in the mid-2000 that culminated in the real estate crunch and the 2000 dot-com bubble that he correctly predicted that it could not be sustained. Jeff has also covered some the major national disaster, starting with the 2010 Deep water Horizon oil spill, the 2005 financial implications resulting from hurricane Katrina. Jeff Yastine also covered the impacts of external car makers as they constructed their industries in the southern parts of the United States. Jeff was also at hand to cover the Panama Canal famous transfer in 1999. He went to Cuba two times in 1994 and 2003, to highlight on the role foreign investment plays on Cuba’s economy.
Jeff was selected for a Business Emmy Award in 2007 for a report that highlighted the less talked about underfunding in America’s key infrastructure such as bridges and roads systems. Jeff was included in a 2002 group of National Business Review journalists that were awarded the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants’ Excellence in Financial Journalism Award.