Jeff Yastine is known to many as PBS business reporter. While reporting for PBS, he had an opportunity to pick the minds of renowned business men. He has interviewed the likes of Warren Buffett, Steve Forbes and Herb Kelleher. He took these pieces of advice and put them to practise. With time, he became a financial guru himself.
Today, Jeff Yastine is and editor and a weekly contributor at Bayan Hills Publication. His communication skills combined with his investment experience have proved to be an asset to the publication. Just like at PBS, Jeff explains to his audience the trends in the financial sector. He also gives insights on under the radar investment opportunities though his newsletter Total Wealth Insider. Through his newsletter, Jeff Yastine has helped many people get over 100% investment profits. Follow Jeff Yastine on Medium.
Recently, Jeff Yastine did some investigations on Kennedy accounts. Investors have been wondering whether these accounts are real. After investigations, Jeff came to the conclusion that the accouts are legitimate.
Kenedy accounts were legalized by President Kennedy while he was in office. These accounts enable investors to invest in companies directly and at a discounted price. Unfortunately, many people have not heard of these accounts. Wall Street has gone to great lengths to keep them under wraps. Their problem with Kennedy accounts is that it does away with the middle man.
Investing in a company that has Kenedy accounts means that the investor doesn’t have to pay the middle man. Since the investor gets all the profits made, he or she gets higher profits than an investor who goes through Wall Street. This is the reason why investors who go through Kenedy accounts get such high profits.
To make it difficult for people to get these accounts, Wall Street prevented companies that have them from advertising publicly. Jeff Yastine, in his newsletter Total wealth insider gives the names of the companies that have these accounts.
Jeff Yastine studied his degree in journalism at the University of Florida. His first got involves in the stock market during the market crush of 1987. He was reporting for NBC’s affiliate television station in Fort Myers, Florida. Though he had no stocks of hiw own at that time, his interaction with gurus in the business led him to start making investments of his own. Visit: https://www.investmentu.com/investment-experts/jeff-yastine