The top people in any major corporation, or small business, are those who have proven themselves knowledgeable of the job requirements, and who have initiative and leadership capabilities. They are the people with experience in the chosen field, and who can make decisions based on what will move the company forward. Jeff Yastine is the type of person with those qualities. He became the Editorial Director of Banyan Publishing Company in 2015. He is also the Editor of the Total Wealth Insider, a research advisory. He brought to Banyan Publishing over twenty years of stock market investor experience, and also as a financial journalist. Visit the website jeffyastineguru.com to learn more.
Jeff Yastine is a graduate of the University of Florida where he studied journalism. After he graduated he became a television reporter at a local station in the Raleigh and Durham market areas in North Carolina. In 1993, Jeff became affiliated with the PBS nation wide network. He was the Miami based national correspondent, and anchor, with the Nightly Business Report. This show, at one time, was the most watched television show on a global span. Being a roving reporter with this organization, he identified many opportunities for stock investments for corporations, and individuals. This position provided him the opportunity to interview famous people in the business, financial, and economic world.
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— Jeff Yastine (@Jeff_Y_Guru) March 27, 2018
As the editor of Total Wealth Insider, Jeff Yastine channels all of the experience he has gained during the course of his life to help everyday people learn how to grow and protect their riches by investing in stable and safe companies that can offer large value to the investors. Along with the vast experience in the stock market, Jeff is also knowledgeable of the international, and academic aspects of finance and the market. His involvement with the stock market started when he was only 23 years of age. It was during the stock market crash of 1987. It was then that he wanted to know how the market worked, and how the value was determined. The first stock that he purchased was Wal Mart stock. He learned a major rule of investing, and that was that it takeds stock holdings years togain an increase on an investment. Visit: https://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/private/person.asp?personId=332074010&privcapId=109183793&previousCapId=109183793&previousTitle=The%2520Sovereign%2520Society