Jeff Yastin is a seasoned and prominent editor currently stationed at Total Wealth Insider, with Banyan Hill Publishing. His other writings that receive weekly publication from Banyan Hill Publishing fall under the categories Winning Investor Daily and Sovereign Investor Daily. Jeff Yastin’s writings are centred on knowledge from his previous tenures as a financial journalist and stock market investor.
Jeff Yastin previously worked as a key advisor to major firms and qualified individuals seeking to expand their net value through investments. He has vast and in depth expertise on varied revenue generating assets, economic shifts and the process of maintaining a business. He uses his two-decade work experience to offer the same knowledge to subscribers of Banyan Hill Publishing. Since joining the publication house in 2015, several candidates have gained substantial profits from investing in the biopharmaceutical and agricultural fields, as well as startup enterprises and shifts within established companies.
Jeff Yastin’s most reputable inputs in investments played a key role in helping real estate investors manage the 2000 dot com era which destabilized the industry. In 2010, Jeff Yastin was keen on the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, which had a national impact on financial markets. His viewpoints and guidelines aided a few players in the industry to avoid losing extensive investments. In 2005, Hurricane Katrina redesigned the auto business for firms in south east of the United States. Jeff remained active in dissecting the multiple options that investors could apply to save their assets. His vigorous involvement in understanding the influence of natural disasters on money markets was highly noted in the assignment of a new administration for Panama Canal in 1999 and the ongoing economic growth in Cuba in 1994 and 2003.
Jeff Yastin is the recipient of multiple awards from various platforms for his outstanding economic career. In 2002, he took home the New York State Society award for his work in a team of journalists investigating what goes in the national bond market. In 2007, Jeff earned a nomination from Emmy Awards for highlighting the financial crisis plaguing bridges, roads and public infrastructure projects within the United States. Jeff derives his expertise from his lengthy career and his icons Richard Branson, Warren Buffet and Sir Richard Branson. While working as a correspondent at PBS Nightly Public Report, Jeff Yastin had the opportune moments to interview his icons. He worked at the position between 1994 and 2010 and consequentially grew his skills in investments and economic trends.