As a person who has more than ten years of experience as a financial journalist and an investor in the stock market, Jeff has been enlightening investors on economic, business and financial trends. Currently, he works at Banyan Hill as the editor of its magazine, Total Wealth Insider. In his position as an editor in Banyan Hill Publishing, Jeff has published many insightful business articles.
Recently, he published an article about the upcoming technology industry. In this article, he points out to his readers that whenever stuff stays the same, they will eventually stagnate. And since nothing remains the same, change is always inevitable. Due to this fact, people must be ready to embrace change in the business world. He then tells them that in business, change comes up with extra rules, which increase the cost of the business and ultimately lower the price of stock in a company. To avoid the negatives effects of those changes, Jeff advises firms to use a regulatory technology dubbed as the regtech. The technology utilizes tools such as artificial intelligence and blockchain technology to reduce regulatory costs.
He has also published an article that discusses the possible profitable competitors in Amazon who investors should consider investing in. Last year in November, Jeff Yastine pointed how Embraer an aeroplane manufacturer company was getting manufacturing contracts from both the military and civilian bodies. He also predicted that mergers and acquisitions would rise in the retail field with the aim of competing favourably with Amazon. A survey that was done by the Dealogic Company showed that November 2017 was the second month where many mergers and acquisition got done since 1995. All these confirmed whatever Jeff predicted. Another study that got conducted revealed that forty percent of companies have mergers and acquisition as their priority.
Before joining Banyan Hill Publishing, Jeff worked in PBS Nightly Business Report as its correspondent and anchors too. He worked in that company diligently for more than fifteen years until he got voted for an Emmy. As he served the company, Jeff had a chance of interviewing many influential people. Some of those people included Michael Dell, Richard Branson and Warren Buffet. Jeff has also been on the cutting edge of several essential occasions that have occurred across the globe. For instance, he has travelled to Cuba twice in the year 1994, and the year 2003 where he reported the impact of foreign investment in the economy of the island.
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