Jeff Yastine’s Startling Journalism Career

     Jeff Yastine is the Editorial Director at Banyan Hill Publishing. He was featured for the first time as the editorial director of Banyan Hill Publishing in 2015. Banyan Hill Publishing is a publishing media house that writes on business and financial issues. It specializes in providing information that helps businessmen to invest in profitable businesses. He joined the publishing media fraternity with over two decades experience as an investor in the stock market and a financial journalist at the center of financial world events.

Jeff is a weekly contributor to the Winning Investor Daily and Sovereign Investor Daily which belong to Banyan Hills Publishing. In his contributions, he helps investors in understanding business, monetary and economic trends. He also highlights profitable opportunities addressed by other financial editors.

Mr. Yastine has led a successful career. He is an Emmy-nominated anchor as well as a correspondent at Nightly Business Report between 1994 and 2010. He was nominated for the 2007 Business Emmy Award for his extensive report on the bridges, roads and other public infrastructure that were underfunded by the government. He has seated together with, interviewed and learned the investing strategies and secrets of some of the most successful entrepreneurs and financiers in the world including Sir Richard Branson, Warren Buffet, and Michael Dell among other successful people in the world of business.

In 2002, he was among the NBR journalists team that won the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants Excellence in Financial Journalism Award. The award was for a special report on the nation’s bond market and it took only thirty minutes.

Through his reporting, Jeff Yastine helped in the identification of investment opportunities deemed successful in small-cap growth stocks and turnarounds of large companies. The successful investment opportunities also varied in a number of sectors, from retail to agriculture and the biopharmaceutical sector’s developments.

In the mid-2000s. His reporting assisted in warning investors about the crisis that faced the real estate industry as well as the rise of the dot-com bubble in 2000. He has also been featured as a reporter in numerous major international and national events including the 2010’s Deepwater Horizon oil spill, the financial effects of Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the 1999’S historic handover of Panama, the building of new manufacturing plants in the Southeastern United States by foreign automakers and their influence. Jeff has been to Cube twice to report on the role played by foreign investors on the Cuban economy.

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