Jeff Yastine has been with Banyan Hill Publishing since 2015, when he joined the organization as an editorial director. While that may seem like a milestone in a journalist’s career and it’s certainly something of which Jeff can be proud, it doesn’t compare to his career as a financial journalist. Through the years, Jeff has covered some of the biggest events in our history, giving his interpretation on how they affect the world of finance. Read this article at Medium.com.
In addition to serving as an editorial director, Yastine also works as the editor of Total Wealth Insider. If that’s not enough, Jeff also writes for Sovereign Investor Daily and Winning Investor Daily, two of Banyan Hill’s most popular publications. Mr. Yastine’s articles cover a wide range of business and financial topics, focusing on stories that will be of particular interest to investors.
Even before joining Banyan Hill Publishing, Jeff Yastine had a prolific and impressive career. From 1994 through 3010, Jeff was an anchor on PBS Nightly Business Report. During his time on the news program, Yastine interviewed such financial notables as Warren Buffet, Michael Dell, and Sir Richard Branson. In addition to his list of esteemed guests, Mr. Yastine also shared insights into investments from small cap growth stocks to big business retail stock news.
In his career, Jeff also covered the burst of the housing bubble in the 2000s and warned investors to be wary of the dot-com bubble within that same era. He also wrote about the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010 and Hurricane Katrina, five years earlier. While the events themselves were certainly newsworthy, Yastine distinguished himself by exploring how these events would impact the financial sector. It was this approach that helped Jeff earn a reputation for his pointed insights into economics. Follow Jeff Yastine on Facebook.
Banyan Hill Publishing isn’t the only organization to recognize Jeff’s journalistic talents. In 2007, he was gifted with the Business Emmy Award for a piece he wrote about the failing and underfunded roads in America. Mr. Yastine was also on the 2002 team, which was awarded the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants’ Excellence in Financial Journalism Award. That award was in response to a 30-minute expose on the financial industry’s bond system.
As Jeff Yastine moves forward with his career at Banyan Hill Publishing, he’ll likely receive more honors for his in-depth writings. That, however, is insignificant, when compared to the pride Jeff feels in publishing quality writing that benefits his readers. It’s his dedication to investors and entrepreneurs that makes Jeff Yastine such a talented writer and a great asset to Banyan Hill.