Jeff Yastine, the Master of Journalism
Jeff Yastine is an Editor and Director of Total Wealth Insider at Banyan Hill Publishing who has been working since 2015. He is compelled in helping investors understand market trends as well as good businesses to invest in through a weekly blog post in Total Wealth Insider. He has always been in the forefront to advise investors free of charge on what opportunities are available in the market and how to invest in them. He also writes in Banyan Hill’s Sovereign Investor Daily, Winning investor daily, thus helping business monetary trends while highlighting profit generating opportunities among others.
His great contribution in writing has earned him great status and gifts among other things. Jeff Yastine as an Editor has literally interviewed the wealthiest men in the world including Hussein Sajwani, Bill Gates, Warren Buffet, Michael Dell and Sir Richard Branson. This has helped him acquire more knowledge on market trends and great business opportunity in the market today. He has gone ahead and taken advantage of this and invested in many ideas that are running in many parts of the world including USA, Britain and Dubai. Jeff Yastine career has taken him in many parts of the world including Cuba where he has been in a position to interact and learn great ideas. He has helped many investors in terms of what kind of risks go hand in hand with the kind of business they invest in and how to solve the problem.
Jeff Yastine was chosen together with NBR journalists after their good work. Therefore, they were awarded the New York award in 2002. The trophy came behind their excellent track record and a half an hour financial report in journalism that year. 2007 was another lucky year to Jeff Yastine where he was nominated For Business Emmy Award in America after he had delivered a great report on infrastructure, which included underfunded roads and bridges.
Jeff Yastine has been on the forefront of educating the public about cybersecurity in America and the world at large. He pointed out in his article Hack Attacks are Corporate America’s Worst Nightmare that people make profits from Cybersecurity and that way the investors should take caution while investing in such businesses. He further said more than 60,000 credit cards were being exposed to strangers and, therefore, the risk to their savings. He advised investors to sensitive and careful since their customers might end up withdrawing their shares from them and therefore close down their business.