Jeff Yastine Blog | Talkmarkets | Page 1
Editor, Total Wealth Insider
Contributor's Links: Banyan Hill Publishing

Jeff “JL” Yastine is the editor of Total Wealth Insider. He first joined Banyan Hill Publishing as editorial director in 2015, bringing with him more than two decades of experience as a stock market investor and financial journalist at the center of financial world ... more


Latest Posts
1 to 8 of 8 Posts
Profit From Russian Hackers
The tsunami of cybersecurity spending just keeps getting bigger and bigger. That's where the “Russian hackers” opportunity comes into play.
Cybersecurity Investing: The “Let ‘Em In” Strategy
With most of the major hack attacks, the damage isn’t so much the intrusion — it’s the fact that hackers are able to roam about the data networks of companies undetected for long periods of time.
Buy This Navy SEAL-Approved Investment
At only $10 million a plane for the basic version, the A-29 Super Tucano has already proven popular with other militaries that need a plane that can drop sophisticated weaponry — without paying a sophisticated price tag for the delivery vehicle.
Stopping The Cybersecurity ‘Spiral Of Death’
The Pentagon — worried about leaks of military and intelligence secrets — purchased a revolutionary cybersecurity technology dubbed “Mayhem." What’s so revolutionary about it? The Mayhem software constantly roams about the system on its own to identify — and fix — those weak points first.
The Dangers Of Investing In Value Traps
When it comes to investing, there are two kinds of stocks: those with value, and those that are “value traps.” Here's how to know the difference so you don't get trapped.
The New Way To Stop Hackers — And Make Profits
If you want to speculate in bitcoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin — you name it — go right ahead. But the bigger profits will be in the underlying technology that makes cryptocurrencies possible. It’s called a blockchain.
The Next Cyber Victim Is…
Hack attacks are like recessions — they’re not real until one happens to you.
Fearless Main Street Investors Are About To Be Stunned
Last week’s University of Michigan consumer sentiment survey had an interesting statistic. A whopping 65% of everyone who took part in the survey said they believed stock prices will go up in the next year. And overall consumer sentiment continues to be perched at 10-year highs.
1 to 8 of 8 Posts