Jeff Yastine’s knowledge in financial investments has been recognized nationwide. He graduated from the University of Florida majoring in Journalism. Jeff Yastine career started as a local television reporter. Later, in 1993 he joined PBS’s “Nightly Business Report” as the correspondent and anchor-based out of Miami. “Nightly Business Report” was a national broadcasting show. This show quickly became the most watched show gaining millions of viewers from across the nation and worldwide. While on the show Jeff Yastine’s learning continued in the financial and business aspects. Furthermore, giving him the opportunity to get first insights on newly emerging businesses like SBA Communications, Royal Carribean and Petmed Express to name a few. He concluded his career at “Nightly Business Report” at PBS in 2010 as an Emmy-nominated anchor and correspondent. Read more at Daily Forex Report about Ian King.
When you think about the worlds famous individuals in finance, economics, and business, Jeff Yastines most has interviewed them. Seasoned individuals of the financial world like Warren Buffett, Micheal Dell, Frank Perdue of Perdu Chicken and Steve Ballmer a former Microsoft CEO and many others.
Currently, Jeff Yastine holds the title of editor of Total Wealth Insider, where he uses his real-life experiences to help ordinary Americans increase there knowledge and wealth the safe and right way. Overall, helping Americans build the value of their investments from basic to extraordinary. The newsletter is very successful for its kind. Which is directed by Jeff an Emmy-Nominated financial journalist who’s expertise contributed to its success. Also, he is the Editorial Director of Banyan Hill Publishing since 2015.
Jeff is no stranger to being nominated for success in business and economics as well journalism. The 2000’s were an adventurous time for Jeff Yastine. He reported on the historic Panama Canal handover. Not to mention, visiting Cuba twice reporting on their economy and the roles of foreign investors. Also, he reported on the Deep Horizon oil spill of 2010 and the financial changes caused by Katrina in 2005. Watch this video on Youtube.
In a short article on Medium Jeff elaborated on the 3 threats to Amazon which could be the best place to invest in 2018. He calls these type of investments M&A’s (Mergers and acquisitions). The three are Ebay Inc., The Kroger Co., and W.W. Grainger Inc. So if you are an investor be sure to check out Jeff Yastine he has the experience and knowledge to take your investing to another level.
Matt Badiali maintains that The Disappearing Spoon, an odd collection of stories about the Periodic Table, is an entertaining and exciting book. Picking this quirky book underlines why his stock recommendations are so successful. As an investment advisor, Matt Badiali has a unique background. He has a Masters in Geology and taught at the University of North Carolina. While in this position, he was contacted by a wealthy investor. He soon left his post to travel the world assessing mining companies for their possible investment value. Already steeped in knowledge about natural elements, his years evaluating investments for his employer taught him about investment strategy. He put his background to good use and last year Badiali was named the number one stock picker for Goldman Sachs. Currently the editor of Real Wealth Strategist for Banyan Publishing, Badiali shares his advice for those developing their investment strategy. See more of Matt Badiali on Facebook
Future Lies in Electric Cars
Matt Badiali reminds his readers that the automobile is powered by technology that is over 150 years old. “We are on the brink of a major change in energy consumption. The shift toward an electro-centric world is huge” he predicts, “It’s as important as the shift from whale oil to kerosene.” Badiali believes investors need to look for all the things that go into making cars from widgets to software to where the materials are mined. Badiali notes that “the whole world wants to ride in cars” and when the shift occurs, investors will make their fortune.
Badiali coaches that investors must stay current. As it is now a global economy, it is not enough to be familiar with current events; a successful investor needs to know about changes that occur on the other side of the world. “Read. You simply can’t read enough” he explains, “I burn through The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, The Mining Journal, and others. Reading is critical.”
Invest in What You Know
After his many years scouting companies, Badiali says, “The best way to be sure an investment is safe, and correctly made, is to see it in person.”
Real Wealth Strategies
Matt Badiali shares his knowledge about companies and their investment potential through his newsletter, Real Wealth Strategies. Some readers offered these testimonials: Doug Patelli of Albany wrote “I’m up 84%. Thanks and keep up the great suggestions.” And Ralph Stevens of Junction City shared with him, “I like the idea of sitting back and collecting revenue streams…I’m up 335% so far!”
We’ve had nearly four years of low gasoline prices. However, we’re paying more for gasoline now, on a relative basis, than we did back in 2008.