What follows is a recap of an article on Jeff Yastine.
Jeff Yastine is a writer and editor at Banyan Hill Publishing. Banyan Hill specializes in giving investment advice to over 400K subscribers on a daily basis. Banyan’s focus is on discovering undervalued US companies, stocks — predominantly small and mid-cap, and strategies for options trading.
When Jeff Yastine joined Banyan in 2015, he brought with him over 20-years of journalistic experience in covering the stock market and finance. Jeff, due to his many years in journalism, views financial conditions from a different (and much needed) perspective. While Jeff has covered markets and investing in traditional fashion, it is his reporting of significant world events (from other than a strictly financial perspective) that makes his take on things vital and valuable.
To get a feel for Jeff’s wide range of research reporting, head on over to StockTwits.com/jeffyastine. You’ll find reporting and opinion on topics as diverse as the growth he expects in cybersecurity resulting from recent revelations about hardware vulnerabilities, to Jeff’s conviction that a bear market is on the near horizon. Visit Kennedy Accounts to know more
Prior to joining Banyan, Jeff worked for a couple of years as Director of Financial Newsletters for NewsMax Media, Inc. Before his stint with NewsMax, Jeff spent two years as Editorial Director at Oxford Club, LLC, where he supervised the production of two newsletters dedicated to finance as well as the generation of premium reports.
But Jeff Yastine really got his journalism chops in his 17-years as a Senior Correspondent for NBR (National Business Report) where he covered Cuba’s tentative exploration of private enterprise. During his tenure at NBR Jeff received a Business Emmy for his series, “State of Repair”, which covered the condition of America’s infrastructure. The 2007 report seemed almost prescient, occurring only two-weeks before the tragic collapse of the I-35 Mississippi River Bridge in Minneapolis, Mn.
One of the perks of working for NBR was being able to interview many the most famous business people of our time, including Warren Buffett,JohnBogle (Vanguard Group), Bill Gross of PIMCO, Herb Kelleher (who founded Southwest Airlines), Sir Richard Branson, Frank Perdue (Perdue Chicken), one-time Microsoft CEO and current LA Clippers owner, Steve Ballmer, just to name a few. The ability to directly question such unimpeachably qualified businessmen is part of what informs Jeff’s understanding of today’s investment environment and the opportunities it presents.