Recently, Jeff Yastine was asked about his thoughts on cryptocurrencies, among them being the bitcoin. He is positive that both aspects are worthy of attention and play a major part in finding the solution to computer data and networks hacking. With this in mind, Jeff introduces a new aspect, the Blockchain Technology. This is a recent innovation in the market and comes with bigger profits. The blockchain is growing tremendously and is being absorbed faster than it was ever expected. The initiative has proved efficient through the various incorporations by distinguished organizations. Credit Suisse adapted the blockchain system to log and track their financial deals whereas Lockheed Martin uses the technology in securing its defense secrets.
Jeff Yastine joined Banyan Hill Publishing in 2015 as an editorial director. He currently works as the editor of the famous ‘Total Wealth Insider.’ Prior to his service at Banyan, he was involved in stock market investment and also financial journalism, bringing the best from the financial world events. Jeff has a weekly segment, ‘Sovereign Investor Daily’ and ‘Winning Investor Daily’ both in Banyan Hill which he uses to educate growing investors on the economic, business, and monetary trends. He also highlights loopholes for profit-making with the help of his team of financial editors. Jeff Yastine worked with the PBS Nightly Business Report between 1994 and 2010 as their correspondent.
Jeff had the privilege of holding interviews with prominent names in the financial world giving him an opportunity to learn more about investment secrets in entrepreneurship. Some of these people include Sir Richard Branson, Warren Buffet, and Michael Dell among many others. In his journalism career, Jeff identified promising investment opportunities both in large company turnarounds and small-cap growth stocks. This cut across a wide range of sectors among them being agriculture, big-box retail, and biopharmaceutical developments. One major impact Yastine’s reports made was warning investors of the impending real estate crisis and also the shaky mushrooming of the 200 dot-com bubble.
Jeff Yastine took part in the documentation of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, a national event that occurred in 2010 and also the 2005 financial impacts steered by Hurricane Katrina. Jeff was also involved in bringing to light the role that foreign automakers played in manufacturing plants situated in the Southeastern part of the United States. He traveled all the way to Cuba both in 1994 and 2003 to cover documentation on foreign investors’ impact on the country’s economy. It is, therefore, not a surprise that he got the 2007 Business Emmy Award nomination after making a report on the country’s underfunded system roads.