Jeff Yastine uses his Immense Experience to advice Investors

Banyan Hill Publishing boasts of a highly experienced and talented team of editors. Among them is Jeff Yastine, the editor of Total Wealth Insider. Yastine joined Banyan Hill Publishing in 2015 after an illustrious career in the stock market. He was also a financial journalist with immense experience in the global financial sector.

Yastine attended the University of Florida for a Bachelor of Arts degree in Telecommunications. He is primarily a journalist by training. He worked as a local television reporter, where he had an opportunity to work in markets such as Raleigh-Durham area of North Carolina. Yastine later joined the top-notch Nightly Business Report on PBS. He was the national correspondent and anchor for the program that had over viewership of over a million homes.

Yastine worked at PBS for about 17 years. He later moved to Oxford Club LLC as the Editorial Director. His next stop was at Newsmax Media where he worked for about two years before joining Banyan Hill Publishing.

Yastine believes that this was an essential phase of his career growth. He gained both the academic and global understanding of the financial sector. During his interviews, he interacted with some of the greatest investors and entrepreneurs including Sir Richard Branson, Warren Buffett, Herb Kelleher and Michael Dell among others. He has also interacted with political leaders ranging from senators, governors, and members of Congress.

These experiences are an integral part of Yastine’s current work as an editor. He uses them to help individuals grow and protect their wealth by making sound investment decisions. He uses the Total Wealth Insider platform to expose ideas that enable average investors to engage in prosperous sectors.

Yastine contributes to the Daily Sovereign Investor on a weekly basis. He focuses on monetary and economic trends that enhance investing opportunities. For instance, he opines that it would be wise to invest in bitcoins. He views them as a solution to security issues.

It is an opinion backed by an impressive record of identifying opportunities and risks. Yastine had warned investors about the real estate crisis of mid-2000 and the unsupportable rise of the dot.com bubble. During his time at the PBS’ Nightly Business Report, Yastine helped identify companies that would later become stock market winners. The list included Royal Caribbean, Petmed Express, Lennar Corp., and SBA Communications among others. He spent some time in Cuba, and his story about the country’s situation earned him a Business Emmy Award in 2007.

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