If you’re unfamiliar with Jeff Yastine, he is the Editorial Director for Banyan Hill Publishing, a publishing firm based in Delray Beach, Florida that is predicated on providing research related to investing and entrepreneurship, as well as asset protection. In his role with Banyan Hill Publishing, Yastine is tasked with editing one of the firm’s most prized publications, Total Wealth Insider. Although Yastine has only been with Banyan Hill since 2015, he possesses a wealth of industry experience and knowledge, making him a welcomed addition to the publishing firm.
Jeff Yastine is a University of Florida alumnus, who earned a B.A. in Telecommunications in 1986, and in 1993 began an illustrious career with PBS (Public Broadcasting Service), serving as the Senior Correspondent for the network’s Nightly Business Report, a business news program. In his role as Senior Correspondent, Yastine covered multiple headlines related to the business and financial sectors, as well as economic trends. During his tenure with PBS’ Nightly Business Report, Yastine was a nominated for the highly sought after “National Business Emmy Award” for a series entitled “State of Repairs,” which chronicled the United States’ public-works infrastructure. In 2010, after a 17-year tenure with PBS’ Nightly Business Report, Yastine severed ties with the network to pursue other endeavors.
In 2011, Jeff Yastine joined The Oxford Club, a privately held investment club headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, where served as the Editorial Director. In this new role, Yastine was tasked with overseeing the editorial work of in-house and freelance writers, who submitted articles for the firm’s financial newsletters. In addition to his editorial duties, he would offer his expertise in both premium reports and back-end services, proving his capacity to be a team player.
In 2013, Yastine joined Newsmax Media, a US-based news media organization based in West Palm Beach, Florida, serving as the Editorial Director organization’s financial newsletter. Several of the editorial works that he oversaw involved spurring optimism amongst investors, as the economy began to show signs of growth following the economic recession of 2007. After more than 2 years, Yastine left Newsmax Media to begin his current role with Banyan Hill Publishing. Since joining the publishing firm in 2015, Yastine has been instrumental in making Banyan Hill Publishing an even more well-rounded source for financial and stock market news. Considering his industry experience, adding Jeff Yastine to Banyan Hill Publishing can only serve to make a great publishing firm even greater.