Jeff Yastine is a brilliant investment adviser and financial editor. He is the current Editorial Director at Banyan Hill Publishing. Prior to joining the Banyan Hill Publishing in 2015, Mr. Yastine worked as a financial journalist and stock market investor for over two decades. During this time his area of focus was covering global financial events. Today, he is the proud editor of the famous Total Wealth Insider. Some of his best work like The Nightly Business Report has been nominated for an Emmy Award. He also uses his Facebook page to enlighten his thousands of fans on the current investment trends. Visit the website jeffyastineguru.com to learn more.
The lucrative Kennedy accounts
Jeff Yastine is a prominent crusader of the Kennedy accounts. The Kennedy accounts are stock purchasing systems that allow interested investors to get lucrative bargains for their stock purchases. These bargains include discounts of between $5 and $25 per share. Some of the investors who have used this system in purchasing stock claim to have made nearly $10 million in profits. Yastine believes that Kennedy accounts are the way to go when it comes to modern-day stock investment.
Jeff Yastine’s investment hotcakes
According to Jeff Yastine, cybersecurity is one of the most lucrative investment platforms right now. He predicts that this platform will continue to see an approximated 15% year-over-year investment growth until the year 2022. In one of his recent twitter posts, this famed financial journalist pointed out that AMD, ARM and Intel current chips are all prone to cybersecurity threats. This is thanks to the “Spectre” and “Meltdown” flaws they have. In addition to that, as the world becomes more and more digitized, so will the demand for cybersecurity rise.
Jeff Yastine says that the current financial situation globally is very welcome to some well-placed start-ups and mid-range business entities to rise and become global giants. The mentions eBay, The Kroger Co. and W.W. Grainger Inc. as the most likely near future Amazon competitors. Looking at the growth index graph and the prices of their stock, they are both consistently on the rise. Mr. Yastine advice any investor who wants to invest in this type of market but feels that the Amazon stock prices are too high for them, they can opt for any of the three firms. He adds that using a Kennedy account to buy stock from this company will give you better profit margins. You can check Jeff Yastine’s section on medium.com where he offers more insight of the current stock and investment market phenomena.