Jeff Yastine: Awarding-Winning Journalist

In recent years, journalism has taken a considerable dive when it comes to integrity and respectability. Most of that is due to political journalism, not business and investment journalism. For the most part, that specialty is still respected by many; not to say that there aren’t a few wackos in that profession. Visit to know more.

When it comes to stock market investor and financial journalists, there’s no one more respected than Jeff Yastine. Jeff Yastine has more than two decades of experience in the field, and now, spends his days contributing to Banyan Hill Publishing. His job mostly centers on helping pure investors understand market opportunities.

To be clear, he’s not a financial advisor; no one reading his articles has to follow his instructions. He’s just offering his knowledge and experience to give regular investors a fighting chance to find success in the markets. He does this through Total Wealth Insider, of which is Editor.

He also contributes to two other papers published by Banyan Hill: Sovereign Investor Daily and Winning Investor Daily. He’s there to highlight the profit-making opportunities pointed out by the company’s financial editors. The purpose is to help investors understand their business better and teach them about economic and monetary trends. Read this article at Hi-Tech Chronicle.

Before joining Banyan Hill, he worked for PBS Nightly Business Report between 1994 and 2010. He was their Financial Correspondent and Anchor and got to interview some of the most famous and successful financiers and entrepreneurs at the 90s and early 2000s. In 2007, his work earned him an Emmy Award nomination for Business and Financial Reporting.

These days, Jeff Yastine’s work with Banyan Hill is his primary focus; he loves his job. In some of his recently written articles, he talks about undervalued stocks holding the most overall value. These stocks are usually ignored because most investors look for substantial profit margins.

When trying to make the most money quickly, investors flock to the tech stocks. Jeff Yastine noticed that many people were ignoring what he calls consumer staples companies. These stocks don’t grow as quickly, but they do offer reliable payouts, which can be hard to find in any market.

Since these stocks are ignored, their value drops incredibly low, but the companies are still paying out on them. That makes them irresistible to value-minded investors like Jeff Yastine.