Indulging in investment is involving and with the wrong approach and principles, one could easily miss out the mark. With this, one needs to be aware of two major aspects; investment stocks that are value traps and those that have legit value. The question lies in how to know whether you are putting financial efforts to a value trap or not. Thanks to many available financial consultants, many people have evaded the fate of poor plans. Among these experts is Jeff Yastine.
Jeff Yastine is the current editor of the Total Wealth Insider, of Banyan Hill Publishing. Before his current position, he joined the company as an editorial director, back then in 2015. He has a significant two decades of experience in the stock market doubling up as an investor and financial journalist in that era of significant financial events. Yastine also runs a weekly contribution in the same company and at Winning Investor Daily where he offers solutions to growing investors helping them to know the do’s and do not’s of the business world.
With the vast knowledge in business and entrepreneurship, Jeff Yastine helps his readers understand both financial and economic trends and also showing them open doors in profit-making with the help of other financial editors. Jeff is a former Emmy-nominee anchor and PBS Nightly Business Report’s correspondent between 1994 and 2010. He has acquired a lot of investing secrets through the many interviews he has had with the big fish in the financial and entrepreneurship sector. Some of them include Sir Richard Branson, Warren Buffet, and Michael Dell.
Through his reporting, Yastine has had the eyes of a hawk in identifying outstanding investment opportunities in not only large company turnarounds but also small-cap growth stocks. This has shown that opportunity is limitless and cuts across all walks of life be it major retail or agricultural developments.
Not once has Jeff’s reporting been fruitless. For instance, investors are still grateful that he foresaw the real estate crisis during the mid-2000’s and also the unstable mushrooming of the dot-com bubble in 2000. Were it not for an early detection, plenty of cash would be at stake. Another notable contribution was the fact that he was on toes to keep people updated on the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
Over time, Jeff Yastine has received recognitions including the Emmy Award for Excellence in Financial Journalism Award from the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants. Jeff remarks that he is enthusiastic about helping business people all over through his tips and has seen a significant improvement in the sector since he began his writing career.