Jeff Yastine currently works at the Total Wealth in Insider as the editor. When he joined Banyan Hill Publishing to form part of the editorial team, Yastine brought more than two decades of experience as an experienced stock investor and Financial journalist to the firm. His experience and the fact that Yastine has been at the center of Financial news globally has been rewarding for Banyan Hill. At Banyan Hill, Yastine contributes weekly to Sovereign Investor Daily Alongside Winning Investor Daily where he provides the magazine readers with his expert insight on various issues revolving around investments which have been helping investors put into perspective the emerging business, economic and different monetary trends.
Yastine prides himself as an Emmy-nominated news anchor who was also a correspondent working for PBS Nightly Business Report since 1994 to 2010. Throughout his journalism career, Yastine has been able to learn valuable investment and financial secrets from the most celebrated business personalities of our era including Warren Buffet and Richard Branson among others. Yastine was able to interview these individuals where he discussed with them various investment strategies that he shares with his avid readers. His reporting has led to the identification of investment opportunities leading to massive enterprise turnarounds.
Yastine’s journalism career has been highlighted by numerous stories he covered. For instance, Yastine was at the forefront in warning investors about the impending real estate crisis that occurred in the mid-2000s. Other than that, it is Yastine who also cautioned investors the unsustainability of the Dot-Com bubble. On the national platform, he was able to cover the oil spill that affected the Deepwater Horizon in 2010. Most people, however, remember him for breaking down the financial implications of hurricane Katrina to significant businesses and enterprises across America. On the international front, Yastine visited Cuba on two different occasions while covering the importance and role played by foreign investors on the American economy.
In 2007, Yastine was nominated for the coveted business Emmy award for his reporting and coverage of America’s infrastructure including roads, bridges and other forms of public support. In 2002, he was part of the team of journalists who won the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants award. His achievements in his journalism career are mostly based on the effort he put in the reporting of significant financial news and trends ranging from the bond markets to various economic patterns.