Jeff Yastine also commonly known as JL and is one of the most successful and renowned editors. He has been an example that most people more so those in editorial career need to emulate. He is a man who has made achievements for himself as well as others in their careers. Currently, he serves as the senior editorial director at the Banyan Hill publishing company where he has been working since 2015 to date. It is through his involvement in this company that he has managed to bring with him an experience of more than two decades as a stock market investor. In this same company, he has worked as a financial journalist at the department of financial world events.
More to this, he was an active contributor as an editor of the Total wealth Insider where his main task was to help regular investors understand and manage profits from the market opportunities. Far from his contributions in the weekly insider, he still works with the winning investor daily and Banyan Hills Sovereign Investor where he helps investors understand different business issues, makes highlights on profitable opportunities, analyzes economics, and monetary trends.
His nomination as an anchor and correspondent at the PBS Nightly Business Report, a position he held since 1994 to 2010, has worked as a key contributor towards his success. Through this nomination, he managed to interview some of the top successful financiers such as Sir Richard Branson, Michael Dell, and Warren Buffett. His engagement with these successful men enabled him to acquire investing skills and learn top investing secrets, knowledge that has contributed to his success.
His submission as a reporter has also played a significant role in helping him identify top successful investment opportunities. He did not only use this opportunity for his benefit, but also used it to warn investors of the real estate crisis of the times. Other places that he worked as a reporter include Cuba where he was invited twice in 1994 and 2003 to make a report on the roles of foreign investors on a state’s economy.
Another area where his contribution as a reporter has been felt include the 2007 Business Emmy Award where he made a report on the Americans unfunded infrastructures such as roads and bridges. In 2002, he was also part of the team that was awarded the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants’ Excellence in Financial Journalism Award. This was after developing a special report on the nation’s bond market that lasted for half an hour.