Jeff Yastine Looks to Tax Reform

Stock market investor and financial journalist, Jeff Yastine, was the longstanding news anchor and correspondent for the PBS Nightly Business Report, holding the position from 1994, until 2010. Throughout his career, he’s had the opportunity to meet with and interview a number of the business world’s most influential people, including Sir Richard Branson, Michael Dell, and Warren Buffet. These meetings have allowed Mr. Yastine to become privy to insider information regarding the top businessmen of the world, and as one the most well-renowned reporters in his field, helped to identify a number of world-changing events, including the dot-com bubble of the 2000’s, as well as the real estate crisis of the mid-2000’s, prior them happening. He has also successfully predicted economic turnarounds for a number of major corporations and has consistently displayed an uncanny ability to predict lucrative investments that were not on the public radar. At the onset of Hurricane Katrina, Jeff Yastine stood firm on the front line and also detailed the financial ramifications of the disaster. His up-to-the-minute reporting has also allowed him to garner a myriad of awards and accolades, including a nomination for a Business Emmy Award, as well as a win regarding the Excellence in Financial Journalism Award, presented by the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants. Jeff Yastine is currently the editor of Total Wealth Insider, and he contributes regularly to Winning Investor Daily, as well as Sovereign Investor Daily, as a part of the Banyan Hill Publishing team. Read this article at to know more about Jeff Yastine

As he peers into the future, Jeff Yastine has come to the conclusion that mergers and acquisitions are sure to become the next big thing, due, in part, to changes regarding tax reform, increased consumer spending, and the changing corporate sentiment. Deloitte, the multinational professional services network, recently surveyed 1000 executives, who with increased cash reserves, are planning to spend it on mergers and acquisitions; a sharp change from prior years in which internal growth was championed. According to Dealogic, a financial markets platform that has been collecting data on this topic since the mid-1990’s, mergers and acquisitions increased considerably as the year closed, with them reaching a high point in November 2017. After much research, analyzing companies such as Bristol-Meyers Squibb Company and Biogen Inc., he has surmised that the best approach for investors is to purchase individual stocks.

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