Out of the Banyan Hill Publishing comes a strategic investor who writes articles and is the Editorial Director since 2015 and the publisher of the “Total Wealth Insider.” Jeff Yastine lives in Delray Beach, Florida and attended College at the University of Florida from 1983 to 1986 and has a Bachelors degree in Arts, Telecommunications. His Facebook Presence outlined with many informative articles and he has a 4.7 star rating on his page with 146 likes and followed by 228 people. Jeff Yastine brings with him over 20 years of stock market investments and financial journalism to inform the public about certain investments that carry excellent profits in the stock market. One of these loopholes Jeff Yastine goes into detail about that Wall Street does not want mentioned is the “Kennedy Accounts.” But why wouldn’t Wall Street want this mentioned or brought up? The answer is simple as they are the middle party to investors. Wall Street receives their percentage before the investor does. Jeff Yastine explains, When John F. Kennedy was president he signed into law that the investors could directly invest into companies themselves without having a percentage going to Wall Street. In turn this would boost the economy. Yastine goes on to explain his ideas on which is the best businesses to invest directly into where high dividends are paid. As profits grow the companies will put the dividends back into the business growing the investors accounts and keeps the money flowing back into the business. View Jeff’s profile on Linkedin.
On just a few of the articles Jeff Yastine has written and gives his thoughts are medium.com where he writes about investments in Cyber Security, Tesla, beer brewers, Amazon, retails and so many more. All of these and many more articles can be found on medium.com. His thoughts on Cyber Security is where the money is in over $1 trillion dollar industry and making more every day as more companies are being hacked. For Amazon the ones to Yastine says to watch out for as a threat to surpass the investment numbers are Ebay, The Kroger Co., and W.W. Grainger.
In recent news according to Crunchbase, Yastine gives his weekly opinions on investing in certain companies. This most recent article from March 21, 2018 is touching base on Solar and Energy Storage and how it has grown over 40% in recent months, an investment that the public should really get involved. Learn: https://www.dailyforexreport.com/jeff-yastine-recommends-three-amazon-competitors-investors/