Jeff Yastine Spreads The Word About Kennedy Accounts

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Since 2015 Jeff Yastine has been the editorial director of Banyan Hill Publishing. He has been providing commentary about financial matters and other things for the past 25 years. 17 years of his professional career was spent on the PBS shows Nightly Business Report where he was a senior correspondent. After he left this position he joined The Oxford Club LLC where he managed the staff as well as the freelance journalists they use to publish articles. View Jeff Yastine’s profile at LinkedIn.

In April 2013, Jeff Yastine joined Newsmax Media, Inc. He was the director of financial newsletters at this publishing house for almost two and a half years. It was in August 2015 that he joined The Sovereign Society which changed its name to Banyan Hill Publishing in 2016. His company uses financial experts from around the world to scout out promising investing opportunities. They also publish articles about how to preserve your wealth and protect your assets. He encourages people to handle their own investments without relying on so-called financial advisors who are only really looking out for their own interests when handling other people’s money.

Lately, Jeff Yastine has been writing about an investment opportunity that has been around for decades but which people inside the financial industry don’t want regular investors to know about. He calls these the Kennedy Accounts because the law authorizing them was signed by President John F. Kennedy in the early 1960s. When he first started talking about these people assumed they were a scam because they sounded too good to be true. Jeff Yastine says that they are anything but a scam.

The Kennedy Accounts enable investors to buy shares in companies at a discount. This can range from $5 a share on up to $25 a share. This was enacted by Kennedy because he wanted to get the economy back on track which meant getting regular investors to buy shares which would funnel billions into public companies. They would then spend the money growing their businesses and thus the entire economy.

Because of the Kennedy Accounts Jeff Yastine says that investors have made huge sums of money from modest investments. He points to a postal worker who invested just $45 and made over $60,000 from it. The reason why those in the financial industry don’t want regular investors to know about these is because they don’t get a huge commission when people make these investments. Visit: https://stocktwits.com/jeffyastine