As the editorial director of Total Wealth Insider, Jeff Yastine has provided key knowledge and special financial insights through his research he has done to help his subscriber base succeed at wealth building

As the editorial director of Total Wealth Insider, a publication that is part of the company, Banyan Hill Publishing, Jeff Yastine brings more than twenty plus years of knowledge and life experiences concerning the world of market investing as well as financial journalism. Visit to know more about Jeff Yastine.

Yastine had held the role of Director of Financial Newsletters before working for Banyan Hill Publishing. From April 2013 to July 2015, Yastine worked at Newsmax Media, Inc. Mr. Yastine has also been the Editorial Director of the Oxford Club, and a Senior Correspondent for Nightly Business Report from 1993 to 2010.

Jeff Yastine has been a weekly contributor to Banyan Hill’s Winning Investor Daily and other publication, Sovereign Investor Daily. Yastine strives to help current, and future investors grasp some of the financial, economic, and business trends, to make informed decisions.

Regarding his education background, Jeff Yastine earned a bachelor’s degree in Telecommunications from the University of Florida in 1986. Read more articles by Jeff Yastine at Banyan Hill.

In addition to being a well-known publisher, Yastine is an Emmy-nominated correspondent as well as a former television anchor at the PBS Nightly Business Report. He held the TV anchor role from 1984 to 2000. Jeff Yastine was fortunate enough to have interviewed famous business people like Warren Buffett, Sir Richard Branson, and Michael Dell. Through these unique journalistic experiences, Jeff Yastine has been able to gather key financial insights as well as investing secrets from some of the most successful people alive.

Besides an Emmy, Yastine also won the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants Excellence. Yastine and a group of NBR journalists won this award based on a 30-minute report about the U.S. bond market.

Concerning cybersecurity and future investments, Jeff Yastine remarked that in January of 2018 there had been a total of $7.6 billion provided in capital to startup companies in 2017 — according to the firm, CB Insights. This 2017 startup capital is double what it was in 2016. Jeff Yastine also noted that venture firms provided startup capital to approximately 548 companies. This number has increased, 17 percent from the 2016 data about venture funding.


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