Total wealth Insider is a newsletter published by Jeff L. Yastine (JL) who has more than twenty experiences in stock investment and financial journalism. Born and raised by a financial guru, Jeff knowledge on the stock market began at such a young age that he ended up in the same industry as an adult. Jeff who is a graduate of the University of Florida joined Banyan Hill Publishing in 2015 as an Editor. He previously worked with Newsmax Media in Florida as the Director of Financial Newsletters for two years and four months. He also worked with Oxford Club as Editorial Director and Senior Correspondent at Nightly Business Report (PBS). View Jeff Yastine’s profile at linkedin.com
While at PBS where he worked for 17 years he was nominated for an Emmy award for news anchor of the year for his report on the US underfunded public infrastructure systems. In 2002, he was among a team of journalists who were awarded the New York State Society of CPAs outstanding performance in Financial Journalist.
Jeff Yastine has interviewed and interacted with the most successful entrepreneurs in the world such as Sir Richard Branson, Warren Buffet, and Michael Dell. It is this experiences that enables him to identify investment opportunities for his readers in his newsletter and the weekly contributions at Banyan Hill. Jeff is an all-time analyst whereby he researches on diverse sectors that have possible high returns such as agriculture, biopharmaceutical, and technology. He also focuses on both small and large enterprises. More info at stocktwits.com
During the dot-com bubble in early 2000, he was among journalists who warned investors on its unsustainability. He also helped warn investors through his reports on the real estate crisis that occurred in the United States in mid-2000.
Jeff published the Kennedy Accounts video that has many people scratching their heads questioning its authenticity. Jeff claims in the video that with as little as $5 investors can buy stocks and gain up to $10 million. He says that these accounts were created by former president John F. Kennedy with the goal to help American grow economically. At this point, unemployment and GDP in the US were at an all-time low. So in the 60s, John Kennedy began a program that would encourage Americans to invest in the stock market. This is what Jeff refers to the Kennedy Accounts and many people have already earned from Jeff’s predictions. The Kennedy Accounts enables ordinary people to buy stocks from companies directly thus saving investors broker fees and commissions.
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