Jeff Yastine works at Banyan Hill Publishing. He serves as the editorial director there, a position he has held since 2015 on he joined the firm. He has over 20 years of experience in the financial world working as a financial journalist and stock market investor. View Jeff’s profile on Linkedin.com.
Currently, Mr. Yastine is the Total Wealth Insider’s editor. He also contributes to Sovereign Investor Daily, as well as Winning Investor Daily, some of Banyan Hill’s publications, on weekly basis, through which he helps investors gain understanding on economic, entrepreneurial, and financial trends. He also helps investors identify opportunities that can help maximize their profits that have been analyzed by other editors in the financial arena. This does not only help American investors expand their wealth but also make safe investments in stable and growing companies.
Jeff Yastine previously used to work as a correspondent and a business anchor at The Nightly Business Report between 1994 to 2000. He was, therefore, able to interact and interview several successful entrepreneurs and financiers such as Herb Kelleher, Warren Buffett, Michael Dell etc, through which he learned many investment secrets. Additionally, being a business reporter has given him a chance to identify investment opportunities that have turned out successful in the stock market and other different sectors such as agriculture, retail, and biopharmaceutical industry. Follow Jeff Yastine on stocktwits.com.
His many years of experience which has enabled him to master the market trends helped him warn investors on the crisis that faced the real estate sector in the mid-2000s. Mr. Yastine was a nominee in the Business Emmy Award of 2007 due to his investigative work.
Jeff Yastine is popularly known for the Kennedy Accounts. This is after he posted a video, which definitely went viral, revealing the noble goal of John F. Kennedy creating these accounts. Yastine shows how the Kennedy Accounts can turn a small investment into multiple times its initial worth.
However, due to the many investment scams all over the world, people have demonstrated the same fear with the Kennedy Accounts. Nevertheless, deep investigation on the accounts has shown that Kennedy Accounts are genuine and completely safe to invest with.
Jeff Yastine attended the University of Florida for his journalism studies. He began his career as a reporter in a local TV station in North Carolina before joining PBS in 1993.