In the role of writer, Jeff Yastine has worked with Banyan Hill Publishing since 2015. Banyan Hill Publishing is a fast-growing company providing independent investment advice to its subscribers.
Jeff Yastine has made important contributions to Banyan Hill’s Winning Investor Daily publication as well as their Sovereign Investor Daily. Mr. Yastine strives to help investors grasp some of the financial, economic, and business trends, to make informed decisions. Read more about Jeff Yastine at Talk Markets.
Concerning his educational background, Yastine earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Florida in 1986 in Telecommunications.
Besides being a well-versed writer, Yastine was also an Emmy-nominated correspondent and a PBS Nightly Business Report television anchor. Yastine had the part of TV anchor for over two-plus decades. During his years as a journalist, Yastine was fortunate enough to talk to well-known business people like Michael Dell, Warren Buffett, and Sir Richard Branson about finances, business, and more.
Because of these information gathering experiences as a journalist, Yastine was able to become informed and provide critical information to people. Yastine had heard about the future stock market bubble and witnessed it burst in 2000. Yastine was also fortunate enough to glean amazing insights and investing secrets from many of the most successful and world renown financiers and businesspeople alive. Visit Kennedy Accounts to know more.
Yastine was able to inform and warn the investing class before the mid-2000s real estate market crash occurred, and also discussed the critical impacts on finance in areas affected by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Jeff Yastine was also able to visit Cuba two times; once in 1994, and once in 2003. While visiting Cuba, he was able to cover how foreign investments played a role in the island’s economy under the Castro regime.
Besides being awarded an Emmy, Jeff Yastine won the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants Excellence along with a group of NBR journalists who produced a half-hour report on the U.S. bond markets at that time.
Jeff Yastine’s reporting assisted those investors who were looking for sound investment opportunities concerning small-cap growth funds in many sectors like agriculture, retail, and the biopharmaceutical business sector.