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Financial expert Jeff Yastine believes there are only two types of stock that you can ever invest in, and those are value and those that are merely value traps. Jeff Yastine illustrates his point by explaining the differences. Yastine points to the Fairholme fiasco, when discussing investment risks without evaluating and proper market analysis.
Bruce Berkowitz is the founder of Fairholme and with his successes earned assets that totaled $20 billion. In 2011, he attempted to control his assets and as a result of that, his fund is only worth $2 billion. Yastine is trying to say that Berkowitz investment was done without proper research and evaluation of the stocks. Berkowitz put his money on Sears Holdings, which led him over the edge. Jeff Yastine said that Berkowitz originally told investors that Sears was worth $90 per share. Over time, that has drastically fallen. The value of shares has fallen closer to the negative and is not believed to improve anytime in the near future. Berkowitz says that Sears is now operating on losses and will continue to do so for a long period of time. Read more about Jeff Yastine at investmentu.com to know more.
Jeff Yastine is the editorial director for Banyan Hill Publishing. Along with Banyan Hill, Jeff Yastine is also a chief editor for the Total Wealth Insider, As part of the Total Wealth Insider, he was able to help local and veteran investors navigate the chaotic market. Yastine’s experience has given him a deep understanding of how investors can maximize their gains each financial period. Jeff Yastine has found a way to help rookie investors understand the system and learn the ropes in investing.
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Jeff Yastine has been able to help companies who have operated on losses, turn them around and help correct their mistakes. Jeff Yastine gave warning to investors of the impending real estate crisis that happened in the 2000s and the tech bubble. Jeff Yastine also has spent his time discussing the financial impact of world events including the Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010 and the transfer of the Panama Canal. Jeff Yastine has been nominated for several award including being nominated for a Business Emmy Award, for his coverage on the underfunded infrastructures. Yastine received the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants’ Excellence in Financial Journalism Award. Jeff Yastine continues to advise investors and companies and help them prevent mistakes they may have made in the past.