In May, I said this safe sector was “a great opportunity for contrarian-minded investors.” That group of stocks is now among the best-performing sectors.https://t.co/ocIqcN9fn6#NASDAQ #SP500 #Retirement #Commodity #Money #Investing #Commodities #Economy #Trading #Stocks pic.twitter.com/r8XLWA0duh
— Jeff Yastine (@JeffYastineGuru) June 26, 2018
What’s the best way to money in the stock market? Everyone stockbroker, hedge fund manager, and high-profile investors would say invest on the ground level and wait for a payout. That’s not easy to do without 20-plus years of experience or getting lucky on the first go.
Most of the older investors would suggest finding simple stocks and staying with them as they payout over time. While both methods have their ups and downs, simple stocks may be the best way to go. According to Jeff Yastine, an editorial contributor at Banyan Hill Publishing and Editor of Total Wealth Insider, people should be looking for undervalued stocks.
He calls these companies consumer staples companies. These are companies that are successful but don’t grow as quickly as a tech company or something like that. What these companies do is payout steadily, giving value-minded investors something worth buying. Read this article at Forexvestor.com.
Jeff Yastine still does a little investing for himself, but spends much of his time watching the markets and offering his opinion through Total Wealth Insider or another one of Banyan Hill’s financial services. Mostly, he helps businesses and regular investors understand economic and monetary trends while also highlighting profit-making opportunities they may otherwise miss on their own.
Jeff Yastine spent the last 20 years reporting and writing about nearly every kind of investment story he could. He used to be a Financial Correspondent and Anchor for PBS Nightly Business Report. There, he met and interviewed hundreds of successful financiers and entrepreneurs throughout his career.
When he wasn’t meeting with a successful business professional, he was reporting on exciting investment stories on an international scale. He even reported on the late 90’s dot-com sectors. There were also a few stories about large company turnaround situations and the mid-2000’s real estate bubble.
The more impressive accomplishment he achieved was earning a 2007 Emmy Award nomination. While working with NBR Guide to Buying Bonds, he started reporting on more serious financial issues, like America’s inadequate infrastructure system.