Jeff Yastine is the editor of Total Wealth Insider, published by Banyan Publishing. Yastine has worked with Banyan Publishing Company since 2015. Mr. Yastine is very educated. He earned his bachelor’s degree in telecommunications at University Florida in 1986.
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Prior to becoming the editor of Total Wealth at Banyan Publishing. Jeff Yastine has held several positions. From December 1993 until November 2010, Yastine worked for Nightly News as PBS’ Senior Correspondent. For two years, Mr. Yestine was the Editor Director for Oxford Club. After leaving Oxford Club in April 2013, Yastine accepted a position at News Max Media as their Director of Financial Newsletters. Follow Jeff Yastine on Facebook.
Jeff Yastine believes that Amazon’s best days are behind them, and financial troubles are ahead. He thinks that one day someone of authority will accuse Amazon of violating antitrust laws. Yastine blames Amazon for many formerly successful retailers going out of business. Amazon has changed the way retailers do business. Bon Ton, Claires, and other retailers have filed bankruptcy with $50 million in liabilities. Linda M Khan thinks that Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos should examine the antitrust laws and find a way around them. This past March, an anti-watchdog group from Japan had a meeting with Amazon. Amazon’s suppliers were allegedly expected to pay Amazon the discounts that the customers saved. View Jeff’s profile on Linkedin.
Jeff Yastine believes the confidence most people love about Amazon may be coming to an end because of the company’s sinister ways. Yastine’s theories come from years of studying the antitrust laws that were written to keep companies doing fair business. He reads financial news reports. Mr. Yastine thinks Amazon violated antitrust laws to become the successful giant in business they are today. Yastine has interviewed many financial giants, like Warren Buffet and Richard Branson who have seen many once thriving companies go under because of online businesses. Former Wal-Mart CEO, Bill Simon has criticized Amazon, admitting the company isn’t a retail company. Some people think Simon is jealous of Amazon because of the competition. Jeff Yastine has a different opinion on the subject. Many people don’t know if they should take Yastine seriously either.