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Jeff Yastine Shares His Views On Amazon And Consumer Debt

Jeff Yastine is a member of the 1986 graduating class of the University of Florida. He earned a bachelor of arts degree in electronic journalism and then became a reporter of the news. In 1993 he was hired by PBS to be on their Nightly Business Report show. He eventually became a senior correspondent and he reported on business and financial news. He was once nominated for an Emmy Award for the series he created called “State of Repair” which covered how public infrastructure in the United States is in a very poor state. His series aired in 2007 and it was just weeks after this series concluded that a major interstate bridge collapsed in Minneapolis due to deferred maintenance issues. Learn more about Jeff Yastine at Release Fact.

He left PBS in 2010 and soon joined The Oxford Club LLC as the new editorial director. His team consisted of in-house employees as well as freelance writers and he published newsletters focused on investing. In 2013 Jeff Yastine moved from Baltimore to West Palm Beach, Florida, and joined Newsmax Media, Inc. as their director of financial newsletters. He then joined The Sovereign Society in 2015 where he is now the editorial director. His company changed its name a few years ago and is now called Banyan Hill Publishing.

Jeff Yastine believes that Amazon is overvalued. He says that Amazon is brushing up against the limits of antitrust laws and he thinks that their power in the marketplace is about to be reigned in by regulators. He says that antitrust laws were put in place in order to businesses to engage in fair practices. He thinks Amazon’s business practices can now be characterized as predatory and anti-competitive and have played a big part in 26 major retailers falling into bankruptcy in just 2017 alone. Some of these businesses did have poor management which played a big part in their decline but he also points out that Amazon has built-in advantages that other companies simply can’t compete with.

Another thing currently concerning Jeff Yastine is consumer debt. People owe far too much on houses, cars, student loans, and credit cards. He is really concerned that as the Fed raises interest rates there will be a lot of families who will fall behind as their payments get higher on the consumer debt they are carrying. He expects the overall market to continue to increase in the short term but he says consumer debt loads will eventually cause the economy to collapse and the stock market along with it. Check: https://angel.co/jeff-yastine

 

Paul Mampilly Bringing Wealth to Others

If there is one symposium that boosts the life of investors and places them in direct contact that can make their wealth increase 10-100fold it is the Total Wealth Symposium. The Total Wealth Symposium is now in its 18 years. The attendees of last years Symposium completed their fiscal year with a total of 1665% profit. That is a good return on investing in the knowledge gained at the Symposium. See more of Paul Mampilly on facebook.

Paul Mampilly, a regular speaker at the Symposium, has set his goal to help those who attend become $1 Million richer by the end of next year. Cybersecurity has been a significant point of interest to attendees and speakers at the Symposium. Last year Paul Mampilly brought out the concern live and gave his opinions and how he has learned to deal with cyber hackers.

Paul Mampilly is a senior editor for Profits Unlimited. Paul Mampilly specializes in stocks that he understands thru his research are going to be climbing higher. Paul Mampilly began his career in portfolio management but later worked at Deutsche Bank and ING. A few of the companies he has helped along the way are Royal Bank of Scotland and Sears.

Mr. Mampilly attended Montclair State University where he received his BBA in Financing and Accounting (1986,1991). He attended Seton Hall University where he studied Business Administration (1994). Mr. Mampilly graduated with an MBA in FInance from Fordham University (19951997). Again, Mr. Mampilly attended Polytechnic Institute of New York University where he studies FInancial Engineering (1999).

During his time at Montclair University, he also worked as a Portfolio Manager at Deutsche Bank. He worked as a Research Analyst (1999) while attending the Polytechnic in New York. Mr. Mampilly became the Senior Research Analyst for Voya Financial (2002). He continued as an analyst with Palm Beach Research (2011), Agora Financial (March 2014), Stansbury Research (Feb 2015). While serving as an analyst at different financial institutes, Mr. Paul Mampilly founded Capuchin Consulting (2013). Banyan Hill Publishing hired Mr. Mampilly as Senior Editor in 2016. Visit: http://www.stockgumshoe.com/tag/paul-mampilly/