Jeff Yastine has been an editorial director with Banyan Hill Publishing since 2015. Mr. Yastine also brings with him more than twenty years worth of experience in both the world of stock market investing and in financial journalism.
Mr. Yastine has been a contributor on a weekly basis to Banyan Hill’s Winning Investor Daily and Sovereign Investor Daily. Yastine helps investors understand financial and economic trends and business trends. Read more about Jeff Yastine at Talk Markets.
Jeff Yastine was also an Emmy-nominated correspondent and television anchor at the PBS Nightly Business Report from 1984 to 2000. By personally interviewing highly successful business people like Sir Richard Branson, Warren Buffett, and Michael Dell, Yastine has been able to glean critical financial insights and investing secrets.
Concerning cybersecurity and investment opportunities, Yastine noted that in January of 2018 that venture capitalists invested a total of 7.6 billion dollars in startups in 2017 — this according to CB Insights. The 7.6 billion dollar amount is double what it was in 2016 and that venture capitalists gave money to 548 companies, up 17 percent from 2016, as noted by Jeff Yastine.
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— Jeff Yastine (@Jeff_Y_Guru) May 1, 2018
Consequently, security breaches at Equifax as well as security flaws in these firms’ processors have been discovered by researchers at AMD, Intel, and ARM. These security issues have and incidents have guaranteed that much more money will move into the cybersecurity sector for many years to come, according to Yastine. Visit Kennedy Accounts to know more.
Yastine also noted that CSO Online stated a few years back that spending in the cyber would rise sharply with a 12 percent to 15 percent year-over-year expansion through the year, 2021. In addition, spending on a worldwide scale in spending for cybersecurity could top 1 trillion dollars.
From Yastine’s point of view, emerging technology sectors like cryptocurrency and blockchain technology will play a role in make the world a much more secure place, especially with entrepreneurs that are doing experimentation with a cryptocurrency’s blockchain.
Mr. Jeff Yastine received a bachelor’s degree in Telecommunications from the University of Florida. Jeff Yastine received his degree in 1986.
Prior to working for Banyan Hill Publishing, Mr. Yastine has also been the Director of Financial Newsletters while working at Newsmax Media, Inc., from April 2013 to July 2015. Mr. Yastine has also been the Editorial Director of the Oxford Club, and a Senior Correspondent for Nightly Business Report from 1993 to 2010.
Mr. Yastine currently resides in Delray Beach, Florida.