Jeff L. Yastine is Banyans Hill Publishing Editorial Director since 2015. He is commonly referred to as JL. His primary role is to assist investors to gain in-depth knowledge about profits from the market. Yastine contributes in the Total Wealth Insider where he is also the editor. Total wealth insider is a must read by all investors and everyone else who wants to lead a vibrant and prosperous life. It has ranked the most successful newsletters.
He is well versed to give insights on economic, business and financial trends due to his over 20 years experience in the stock market. He has worked at the financial world events like a financial journalist as well as a stock market investor. From 1994 to 2010 Yastine worked at PBS Nightly Business Report as a financial correspondent and Anchor.
He was Chosen in 2007 for an Emmy Award all thanks to the unique report he contributed in the NBR Guide to Buying Bonds. He talked about public infrastructure, underfunded road systems, and bridges. In 2002 he was among the team of journalists who won an award in Financial Journalism. It was a report on nation’s bond market.
Over the time, Yastine has reported various investment stories. Among them being mid-2000s real estate sectors and rise and fall of the late 1990s dot com. Jeff Yastines reporting brought about some positive impacts. For instance, it helped investors discover opportunities in small-cap stocks and massive company turnarounds as well as the agriculture and developments in the biopharmaceutical sector.
Due to his reporting, most of the upcoming and founded investors gained awareness of the real estate crisis in the mid-2000s and the shaky rise of the 2000 dot-com bubble. His significant reports included deepwater oil spill in 2010, financial impacts of Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and historic handover of Panama Canal in 1999.
In Yastine’s line of work, he traveled to Cuba in 1994 and 2003 to report on foreign investors roles on Cuba’s economy. Currently, he has reported on rising debt spells in the Bull market. He associates the rise in debt to nonhousing debt as opposed to mortgage debt. Like for instance the high cost of gasoline. Jeff has also reported on the perfect buy for Christmas. In his report, he states his worries on the death of retail which is associated with Amazon deliveries. Most of the readers have reviewed Jeff’s reporting with 5-star ratings.