Financial journalist and stock market investor, Jeff Yastine, is widely recognized as the longstanding anchor and correspondent of the PBS Nightly Business Report program, holding the position from 1994, until 2010. Throughout his career, Mr. Yastine has had the pleasure of interviewing a number of the world’s most prominent businessmen, including Warren Buffet, Sir Richard Branson, and Michael Dell, learning a number of insider business practices that have helped to propel him, as well as his audience, throughout the course of his career. His foresight has allowed him to predict a number of catastrophes that have shaken the world’s economy, including the prediction of the dot-com bubble of the early 2000’s, as well as the fall of the real estate market several years later. Through his reporting, Mr. Yastine has successful predicted strong economic turnarounds for a number of high-profile businesses and has also been ahead of the curve on a number of lucrative investments. When Hurricane Katrina struck, Mr. Yastine successful predicted the economic plight that was sure to follow, and in 2007, he was nominated for a Business Emmy Award for his reporting on the crumbling infrastructure of America. He has twice traveled to Cuba, reporting on the impact that foreign investment has had on the country’s economy, and he was on location for the return of the Panama Canal to its native people. Today, Jeff Yastine serves as the editor for Total Wealth Insider as a part of the team at Banyan Hill Publishing, and he also regularly contributes pieces for its columns, Winning Investor Daily, and Sovereign Investor Daily. Visit Jeff Yastine at medium .com to know more.
As we get deeper into 2018, Jeff Yastine predicts a change in the culture of major corporations, switching from emphasizing internal growth, to mergers and acquisitions. Due to changes regarding tax reform, which is sure to free up significant capital, as well as changes in consumer purchases and corporate sentiment, mergers and acquisitions are sure to emerge at the forefront of business policy. In a recent survey by the multinational professional services network, Deloitte, it was revealed, that, of the 1000 executives questioned, nearly seventy percent said that they would use their surplus capital to invest in mergers and acquisitions. According to Dealogic, which has been collecting data regarding mergers and acquisitions since 1995, there was a significant jump in the process toward the end of the year, with November 2017, reaching an all-time high in regards to recent history. Visit :https://jeffyastine.tumblr.com/