Jeff Yastine has been a part of the Banyan Hill Publishing since 2015 when he was appointed the position of editorial director. H was later promoted to be the editor of Total Wealth Insider of the publishing house.
Along with being editor Jeff Yastine is also an article writer. He submits his works every week to both Sovereign Investor Daily and Winning Investor Daily. As a contributor to the two journals, Jeff Yastine has a clear goal of delivering information and making predictions about the business sector in a way that will be beneficial to investors. Jeff Yastine aims to improve their understanding about the trends in economy and finance as well as to spread the word about opportunities that may prove profitable.
Jeff Yastine has made a vast number of contributions as he has helped make predictions about significant market changes and spread the word about them. Jeff Yastine used to work as a correspondent at the publication of the PBS Nightly Business Report from 1994 until 2010. He was nominated for an Emmy award while at the position. Jeff Yastine was an interviewer as well, and so he spoke to some entrepreneurs and finance experts, including some of the best at the time.
For Jeff Yastine making predictions about the business sector and informing entrepreneurs about any risks or significant change in the future has always been a priority. Over the course of his career, he has helped to identify profitable investment opportunities both in massive business turnarounds and in small cap growth stocks. Jeff Yastine has contributed to many sectors including retail, the biopharmaceutical sector, and the agriculture sector as well, and so on.
As a reporter, Jeff Yastine has had to travel around the world. He was in Cuba twice to report about the big part that foreign investors play in the economy of the country. Jeff Yastine has also contributed to warning investors about the crisis in the 2000s such as the dot com crisis and the real estate crisis.
During his career, Jeff Yastine became a nominee for the business Emmy Award in 2007. Earlier in his career in 2002, he was among the team of NBR journalists who received a prize for covering the bond market of the U. S. in a competition winning the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants’ Excellence in Financial Journalism Award. The report had the length of 30 minutes, and it won them the award.