If you follow up on business particularly the investment sector, you probably have come across the name Jeff Yastine. Jeff is a respected individual when it comes to investing. Over and over again, Jeff has continued to give tips here and there and many interested clients have gained great fortune at the end.

Well, for 2018, Jeff came up with the idea that mergers and acquisitions are the new investment platforms with a promising opportunity. For those who know Yastine and his experience in the field, placing the money is just a tap of a button. However, a few are willing to invest their money for 2018 but are yet to understand Yastine’s formulae.

First of all, investors have to understand that tax reform is playing a major role in understanding the strategy. The reform promises to bring down corporate tax rate to 21 percent as well loosen funds tied oversees. Secondly, Yastine takes into consideration the mood of American consumers. Currently, consumer spending is a one-month high. This trend has never been witnessed since the economy began shifting from recession about ten years ago.

The most crucial point to take home is understanding how corporations spend their dollars and that is usually defined by CEOs and their boards. Hence, judging from an M&A survey published by Deloitte Yastine strongly feel that mergers and acquisitions are the place to invest money in 2018.

According to the survey of interest, out of 1,000 executives in play, two-thirds stated they had an increase in revenue. To sweeten the deal, the two-thirds of the respondents hinted that they would use the cash to buy mergers and acquisitions which is a good message for those planning to listen to Jeff’s tactic.

Previous surveys have shown a large number of corporations seeking to place their money on organic investments or returning the money into business. Therefore, Yastine insists that investors should not hesitate after the fact that most of the corporations have hinted that their transactions will grow in number over the year. According to a report by Dealogic, the number of mergers and acquisitions had skyrocketed in 2017. Hence Jeff insists that investors should invest on individual stocks or exchange-traded funds then thank him later.

About Jeff Yastine

Jeff Yastine is a celebrated entrepreneur and his contributions to the investment sector has earned many of his clients’ great fortunes. Jeff schooled at the University of Florida where he earned a bachelor of arts in telecommunication (electronic journalism). Upon completing education, Jeff went ahead to seek employment and had a privilege of acquiring senior positions in various distinguished companies.

Until 2010, Jeff had an opportunity to work at PBS Nightly Business Report. The opportunity was a great milestone as he was in a position to interview great masterminds such as Richard Branson, Warren Buffet among many other successful individuals. His role at PBS saw him win a nomination for an Emmy for his excellence in availing reliable investment opportunities for clients. Today, Jeff works at Banyan Hill Publishing as an editorial director, a position that has seen him grab the attention of many clients as well as numerous awards.



Washington, D.C., is abuzz with the news that a second Republican Senator has jumped ship when it comes to supporting the GOP tax reform legislation in its current form. On Monday, November 27, Senator Steve Daines of Montana became the second member of the chamber to state he would not vote for the tax reform bill in its current form. The first Republican GOP Senator to make that decision was Senator Ron Johnson. The legislation officially is entitled Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

The GOP has a fragile, narrow majority in the U.S. Senate. With these two defectors, if all other GOP Senators end up voting for the bill in its current form, and all Democrats vote against it, Vice President Pence will need to be called in to break the tie. All Democrats are expected to vote against the legislation. The same cannot be said about all other Republicans voting in the affirmative.

President Donald Trump, at least in his recurring tweets, had indicated his support of the legislation in its current form. He insists that it will be enacted into law.

Upwards to at least four other Republican members of the U.S. Senate have expressed the possibility that they made not vote for the legislation in its current form. The likelihood of at least one of these members formally announcing he or she will not vote in favor of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is strong. If that occurs, the GOP would lake the votes to get the bill through the Senate without reforming it.

The President, and the GOP Congressional leadership, have all insisted that they would pass tax reform legislation prior to the Christmas recess. That still can be accomplished, but will now likely necessitate some more revisions to the legislation in order to keep GOP Senators and Representatives on board.