If you have been an ardent follower of stock news in the United States, the name Jeff Yastine should and will not be totally strange to you. For several years, he has been the editor of Total Wealth Insider whose style is to publicize profit making opportunities that have largely been ignored or written-off. Before joining Total Wealth Insider, he first worked as an editorial director of Banyan Hill Publishing. He joined the company in 2015 with over 20 years’ stock market investment and financial journalism experience.
He also contributes weekly to two popular programs and through these programs, he has been assisting new investors monetary, economic and business trends so that they are able to recognize business opportunities before they become obvious.
A very good example is the article he shared about why investors should focus on India as the country is fast becoming the new “China”. Apart from the two programs mentioned above, Jeff also contributed passionately to other highly beneficial programs. One of them is PBS Nightly Business Report. He was an anchor and a correspondent to this program from 1994 to 2010, a period of 16 years.
As they say, you actually help yourself while helping others. In the course of educating investors through several programs, Jeff got to meet hundreds of America’s most successful investors and business moguls like Richard Branson, Michael Dell and Warren Buffet just to mention a few.
He didn’t just get to meet them, he also found out the investment secrets that earned them such tremendous financial success. Needless to say he shares the secrets as he learns them. The hard work that always goes into his reporting earned him a nomination for Business Emmy Award in 2007.
One of the impressive standpoints of Yastine’s reporting career was the warning he gave investors about the crisis that rocked the real-estate industry. He saw it coming months before the crisis became obviously imminent. Those that heeded the warning are glad they did.
He also warned of the unsustainable rise of the 2000 dot-com bubble. He was the first to raise awareness on the disturbing influence of foreign automobile manufactures on the United States’ economy which thrives on the manufacturing plants that they developed in the country. He also reported the negative financial of the colossal damage caused by Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
As a matter of fact, it will take a dossier to list out all Jeff’s achievements, however, this write-up will not be complete without mentioning that he was part of the team of journalists that won an award in Financial Journalism Award.