Jeff Yastine is the Banyan Hill Publishing editorial director and also a Total Wealth Insider editor. He became part of the Banyan Hill Publishing in the year 2015.JL studied journalism at Florida University, and after his graduation, he landed his first job as a TV reporter who worked in Raleigh-Durham market in North Carolina. In the year 1993, he joined the PBS, a nightly business broadcast, as an anchor and national correspondent. It’s in this job that he got exposed more to the world of finance, economics and business through interviewing world’s topmost entrepreneurs and economics like the Nobel prize winner Laureate Richard Thaler, founder low-cost mutual fund Sir Richard Branson, Wayne Huizenga the Waste Management founder among others.
Kennedy account was created by John F. Kennedy. He was the son of SEC first chairman, and out of this, he knew the stock markets importance. At a time Kennedy was vying for office, America’s unemployment was high, the stock market was dropping, and the GDP was getting flat. With this, Kennedy wanted to make America’s economy rise again. As a result, he started funnelling companies with money to benefit the investors and companies. This resulted in Kennedy Accounts.
Besides being a publishing director and an editor, Mr Jeff Yastine is a weekly contributor to the Winning Investor Daily and assist investors in learning the economic, monetary and business trends. JL has won several awards including Emmy Awards in 2007 and the New York State Society journalism awards in 2002. Visit Jeff Yastine on facebook for more updates.
— Jeff Yastine (@Jeff_Y_Guru) February 27, 2018
On cyber security, Jeff Yastine blames poor computer security for big cyber hacks. He says that investing in a good security system should be every company’s top priority. JL claims that the biggest challenge is not security systems but companies not taking the cyber security threats seriously. JL warns that cyber hacks are real and just as everyone top priority is their own, loved ones and property safety, so should all the companies.
He also writes articles on the medium.com and CrunchBase. One of his recent articles on Amazon competitors, JL says that the NYSE: KR, NYSE: GGW and eBay are Amazons, great competitors. NYSE: KR has been successful in selling foods, and for this, it won the whole food provision from its competitor Amazon. The NYSE: GGW, a company that deals with all industrial supplies and it is upon it sleeves to compete with Amazon and finally eBay which owns good warehouses is also amazons competitor. Read more: https://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/private/person.asp?personId=332074010&privcapId=109183793&previousCapId=109183793&previousTitle=The%2520Sovereign%2520Society