Jeff Yastine – Career in Journalism and Finance

     Jeff “JL” Yastineis at the position of editor of the Total Wealth Insider. When Jeff Yastine first joined the Banyan Hill Publishing, it was in 2015 and in the role of editorial director.

Prior to joining Banyan Hill Publishing, Jeff Yastine had worked in the finance sector for more than twenty years. Jeff Yastine used to work as a stock market investor, as well as a financial journalist. His responsibilities included being on site of economic events all around the globe in order to gather information from the source and report it.

Along with his responsibilities as an editor, Jeff Yastine has been contributing as a writer to both Sovereign Investor Daily every week as well as to Winning Investor Daily. His articles are strongly focused on helping investors reach a better understanding of business as well as both economic and monetary trends, along with bringing more attention to profitable opportunities.

Over the course of his career, Jeff Yastine has had a vast number of achievements in his line of work. He was an author nominated for an Emmy award which is a huge honor. From 1994 up until 2010, Jeff Yastine also worked as an anchor and correspondent for the PBS Nightly Business Report. At the position, Jeff Yastine interviewed a number of investors and entrepreneurs including many famous names.

One of the contributions that Jeff Yastine has made was helping predict the real estate crisis that ensued in the mid-2000s. Jeff Yastine helped warn investors once again when the unsustainability of the 2000 dor com bubble was growing rapidly.

Some of the events that Jeff Yastine has covered over the course of his career include the Deepwater Horizon oil spill which happened in 2010. He also reported the financial impact that the hurricane Katrina had in 2005. His work also took Jeff Yastine to Cuba on two occasions, once in 1994 and then again in 2005. Both times Jeff Yastine was there to investigate and report the impact that foreign investors had on the economy of the Cuban nation.

In 2007, Jeff Yastine received a nomination for Business Emmy Award as a recognition of his reporting on the underfunded system of roads in the U. S., as well as bridges and other public infrastructure forms. Earlier in 2002, Jeff Yastine was one of the NBR journalists who were the winners of the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants’ Excellence in Financial Journalism Award for their report on the bond market of the U. S.