Jeff Yastine attended the University of Florida between 1983 and 1986 and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts, Telecommunication (electronic Journalism). In Dec 1993, he joined Nightly Business Report serving for seventeen years to November 2010, as a senior correspondent with a mandate to find interesting stories on financial, economic and business trends. He later served as an editorial director at The Oxford Club LLC over sawing the editorial developments efforts freelancers and in-house staff. In 2013, he served as the director of financial newsletters at Newsmax Media up to July 2015.
Jeff Yastine at Bayan Hill publishing
Jeff Yastine joined Bayan Hill publishing in 2015 as an editorial director. He brought with him vast experience ranging to two decades as a financial journalist and a stock market investor. He currently serves as the editor of the Total Wealth Insider.
Jeff Yastine is a weekly contributor to the Winning Investor Daily and Banyan Hill’s Sovereign Investor Daily. He helps investors understand economic, monetary and business trends and advising on profit-making opportunities.
Creation of Total Wealth Insider
Jeff Yastine created Total Wealth Insider to give a new approach to building wealth. He aims at bringing sense in the investing world. This financial journalist cuts through the noise to uncover big stories on financial matters. During his employment at Nightly Business Report PBS, he was nominated for an Emmy as an anchor and correspondent. It is during this time that he had an opportunity to interview and learn investing secrets from the most successful people in the business. They included Michael Dell, Warren Buffet, and Richard Branson.
Contributions resulting from Jeff Yastine Reporting
Through Jeff Yastine, reporting has contributed to the identification of investment opportunities that are successful in both the large company turnarounds and in small-cap growth stocks. Investment opportunities touched across various sectors of retail, agriculture pharmaceutical sector developments.
Jeff unearthed the 2000s real estate crisis warning the investors also against the unstable rise of the dot-com bubble in 2000. He has reported some of the major national events as financial impacts of 2005 Katrina Hurricane and 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill and the 1999 historic Panama Canal handover. He reported on the impact of foreign investors in Cuba in 1994 and 2003 by visiting there.
In 2002, he was part of NBR Team that won an award in New York celebrating excellence reporting on financial journalism. In 2007, Yastine was nominated for Business Emmy award for his report on America Underfunded public structure.