Jeff Yastine Offers Expert Investment Advice

As a member of Banyan Hill Publishing Jeff Yastine edits the Total Wealth Insider. He became part of the Publishing company duirng 2015 as the editiorial director and has over twenty years of experience as a financial journalist and investor in the stock market. He makes weekly contributions to the Winning Investor Daily and Sovereign Investor Daily which helps investors with the understanding of trends in the economy and business. See Related Links for more info.

Jeff Yastine attended the University of Florida where he studied journalism. He went onto television reporting after graduation for stations in North Carolina. Yastine became a member of the Nightly Business Report on PBS during 1993.He seved as a roving correspondent identifying opportunities for investment.

Yastine currently writes articles related to various investments on Medium.com. He recently recommended some stocks that could increase 2018 earnings for investors. There are three companies that he thinks will be rivals to dominating the retail space currently dominated by Amazon. He is advising investments in areas of mergers or acqusitions.

There are merger negations between Boeing and Embraer which immediately led to a one third surge in the value of the stock. The Brazilian government does not want full control given to a foreign corporation. The plan is to create a firm combining the divisions of commercial aircraft of the corporations. The deal is part of a rising trend.

Kroger Co. was one of the companies that Yastine recommended because he believes it can rival the Whole Food stores of Amazon. The stock prices fell a third and caused worry that Amazon could hurt Kroger’s sales. The merger of Amazon and Whole Foods is something Jeff Yastine criticized during June of 2017 stating that the prices were only slightly lower as the product quality decreased. Prices decreased less than two percent with the merger even as reductions in costs were publicized by the company.

Yastine recommend investments in eBay since it is well established and attracts a range of sellers and buyers. There are several warehouses fulling product orders and you can find new furniture, antique toys and a wide range of other items. Learn more: https://banyanhill.com/expert/jeff-yastine/

 

Ted Bauman Takes a Wait and See Approach


In a recent edition of The Bauman Letter, editor, Ted Bauman discussed one of the most controversial topics to hit the market in recent memory – Bitcoin. While there are many people on both sides of the coin, the longterm stability of the coin is being called into question by experts such as Ted Bauman due to one fact – as of now, it cannot process a vast amount of transactions at a time, drastically slowing down processing speeds. While traditional credit card institutions, such as Visa, have the power to process thousands of transactions per second, Bitcoin can only process a handful. This will be a serious problem when it comes to using it for transactions such as exiting a parking garage, that needs to be done instantaneously. While the heads at Bitcoin are attempting to fix the problem, even implementing Bitcoin Cash, many experts see this deficiency as a problem that could destroy the product, and people such as Ted Bauman, are remaining very cautious. Visit Ted Bauman at thesovereigninvestor.com for  more info.

Ted Bauman is a world-renowned finance expert, that over the course of a career that spanned three decades, worked with a number of influential institutions, including the United Nations and the World Bank. He was born in Washington D.C., but as a youth, relocated to South Africa, attending The University of Cape Town, where he would attain postgraduate degrees in economics and history. Immediately after, Mr. Bauman would begin a career in South Africa that would span 25 years, with him visiting over 75 countries around the world. Working in the nonprofit sector as an executive fund manager for low-income housing projects, Mr. Bauman was responsible for a number of major transactions, including the founding of Slum Dwellers International, which has helped millions of people around the world since its inception. After spending most of the 2000’s as a consultant, researcher, and finance expert in South Africa, Mr. Bauman returned to the United States, taking a position with Habitat for Humanity. During this time he would act as the Director of International Housing, continuing a very successful run. In 2013, Ted Bauman decided to fully dedicate his life to writing and research, joining Banyan Hill Publishing. Since then he has garnered quite the following, and recently collaborated with his father, former U.S. Congressman, Robert Bauman, on a book called “Where to Stash Your Cash (Legally).” Today, Ted Bauman lives in Atlanta, GA with his wife and daughter, working mostly from his home office.

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Mergers In Retail Can Compete with Amazon

Mergers and acquisitions is where you should focus in order to make money from investments.

Shareholders in Embraer, Brazil’s airplane maker, got a thirty percent windfall when it was announced that Boeing was looking at combining with the company. The government of Brazil is the largest shareholder and want to sell part of the company instead of all of it. It might call for financial terms that are onerous. They are already playing a game of musical chairs because it isn’t just aerospace but chip manufacturing, chemicals, media, consumer goods, and pharmaceuticals in addition to other industries. Follow Jeff Yastine at stocktwits.com

Invest in These Competitors of Amazon

The United States retail sector is an area where lots of merger and acquisition activity is expected to be seen this year. It is believed that Amazon’s competitors will be merging this year to compete more effectively with Amazon.com. A good candidate for buy out is eBay. Google is a potential buyer because it needs a retail arm on the internet to come compete with Amazon. EBay would be a good place to start since it has fulfillment warehouses in place and is a known retail brand.

Grocery chain Kroger with almost three thousand stores in the United States is another potential buyout for competitors of Amazon. While stock is down thirty-five percent from previous highs it has been successful at organic food sells. This is what resulted in Whole Foods partnering with Amazon. Kroger is planning to begin offering self-checkout in its stores this year.

While W.W. Grainger Inc is thought of as a business the sell industrial supplies the warehouses and centers for distribution make it an asset for anyone hoping to effectively compete against Amazon.

These companies are already profitable so there is not any work to be done making them profitable. Visit Jeff Yastine at medium .com to know more.

Jeff Yastine

Mr. Yastine is the Total Wealth Insider editor. He joined Banyan Hill Publishing in 2015 as its editorial director. He has over two decades experience as a financial journalist and investor in the stock market. Jeff Yastine has been nominated for an Emmy and his financial newsletter is one of the most successful around.

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