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— Jeff Yastine (@Jeff_Y_Guru) January 23, 2018
Jeff Yastine has been associated with the Banyan Hill Publishing since 2015 in the capacity of Editorial Director. He is also the editor of Total Wealth Insider. Jeff Yastine has had an elaborate career as a financial journalist and had an experience of over two decades. Before joining Banyan Hill Publishing, Jeff Yastine has worked as an anchor and correspondent for the PBS Nightly Business Report for the period 1994 to 2010. Jeff Yastine is himself a stock market investor and having been associated with the financial world for more than two decades has given him a broad insight as well as the financial expertise to predict trends. He has helped anticipate some of the crucial events in the financial market including the dot-com crisis as well as real estate crisis in the 2000s.
Jeff Yastine has reported some of the historical financial events as a financial journalist, which also includes the handover of Panama Canal, the financial impact of Hurricane Katrina, Deepwater Horizon oil spill that took place in 2010, and much more. He is amongst the most respected business journalists in the country and is also the contributor to the Banyan Hill Publishing’s weekly publications, Winning Investor Daily and Sovereign Investor Daily. In 2007, Jeff Yastine was also nominated for reporting on the public transport infrastructure under-funding in the United States, which made a massive impact in the political sphere. Learn more at Seeking Alpha about Jeff Yastine
Recently, Jeff Yastine reported that going ahead, the retail sector is going to witness a lot of mergers and acquisitions happening as retail e-commerce companies are trying to compete with Amazon and break its monopoly. Jeff Yastine there are many other retail companies that the investors should focus on other than Amazon, notably eBay, Kroger and Co., and Grainger. Jeff Yastine says that these companies have a fundamentally strong base and with little support from other rivals of Amazon, they can be in a position to take on Amazon, at least to some extent. Jeff Yastine’s predictions have had a significant impact on the financial world for many years, and rightly so.
When in 2017, Jeff Yastine mentioned about the growth of the Brazilian airplane manufacturer Embraer, it’s stock value shoot up by over 30 percent, and Boeing got interested in taking over the company. The influence of Jeff Yastine as a financial correspondent and journalist is immense, and he not only uses his business expertise to make economic forecasts but also helps through his articles and guides to educate people on how to manage their finances. Visit:https://plus.google.com/+JeffYastine