Jeff Yastine joined Banyan Hill publishing in 2015 as an editorial director. He brought experience wealth of more than twenty years as financial journalist and stock market investor. He is the editor the Total Wealth Insider. He contributes weekly to the Winning Investor Daily and Overnight Investor Daily. His mission is to help readers learn the economic and financial trends and point to profitable opportunities. PBS Nightly Business nominated Jeff as the anchor and correspondent from 1994 to 2010. View Jeff Yastine’s profile at LinkedIn.
Jeff Yastine learned the techniques of interviewing and investigating highly successful entrepreneurs and financiers of the time such as Michael Dell and Sir Richard Branson. His reporting was instrumental in finding opportunities in large company turnarounds, across sectors and small-cap growth stocks. He warned investors about the mid-2000s real estate crisis and the 2000 dot.com bubble. Jeff reported major events such as the effects of the Hurricane Katrina of 2005, foreign automaker influence and Deepwater Horizon oil spill that happened in 2010. He made two visits to Cuba to investigate the role of foreign investors in the country’s economy.
He had received several awards such as the Business Emmy Award 2007 after reporting on the American underfunded public infrastructure. He also won the New York Society of Public Accounts Excellence in Financial Journalism among other winners.
Recently Jeff Yastine published an article On Release Facts about stock market opportunities that are little known. Many investors have not given attention to these firms since they do not know what the future holds for them. Governments keep on introducing business regulations. The regulations have both positive and negative effects on the people and business. Higher business expenses result as the business puts up compliance mechanisms. Companies such as banks have to set up new teams to read regulations and ensure compliance. Each of the major European banks sends an average of $1.1 billion on compliance. Perhaps, incorporating compliance technology could save a lot of these companies. Indeed it would cut the costs to $300,000 on average.
— Jeff Yastine (@Jeff_Y_Guru) November 16, 2017
Regtech companies provide compliance technology to such banks thereby reducing costs. The government has noticed the regtech roles and proposals to make them part of the compliance process have been made. This will increase their importance as financial companies will seek more of their services. Few of the regtech companies have issued their stocks in the market, and so far, their performance has been excellent. Jeff Yastine believes that every investor should be interested in investing in a company that is helping other firms save costs.
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