A major theme I expect to emerge this year are competitors pairing off to better compete against Amazon, including some of the following companies…#Mergers #ACQUISITIONS #stocks #StockMarket #investing #BanyanHill $amzn $ebay $erj $kr $gww https://t.co/RFc7T2xudP
— Jeff Yastine (@Jeff_Y_Guru) January 2, 2018
His role in Banyan Hill Publishing
Jeff Yastine is the editorial director at the Banyan Hill Publishing. He joined Banyan Hill Publishing in 2015 giving him more than 20 years of experience as a financial journalist and stock market investor. Learn more at crunchbase.com about Jeff Yastine.
What are Kennedy Accounts
In early 1960, a program was launched to help ‘Get America Moving Again’ by providing billions of dollars in American companies and aid both the companies and Main Street capitalists. This leads to what Jeff called Kennedy Accounts that investors have gained from. This accounts have huge financial gains according to Jeff Yastine.
His activity on Facebook
Jeff Yastine is quite active on Facebook. He posts at least twice or thrice a week. He makes it easier for his readers by posting links on his Facebook posts to give them easy access to his articles.
Jeff on cybersecurity
On medium.com Jeff always writes about cybersecurity and threats. He says that the worst fear of the investors and firms is getting hacked and that is why cybersecurity is given the adequate consideration for nearly every firm. Measures are taken to ensure total cybersecurity and minimize hacking. Jeff thinks a lot more money will likely go to cybersecurity investing field.
Recently Jeff Yastine wrote an article about funding cybersecurity. In this article, he talks how the capitalists have invested more money in cybersecurity compared to the previous year which is a good move.
His points on mergers and acquisitions
Jeff Yastine wrote that he expects to see more mergers and achievements in the retail category. He says this is an investment worth competing with Amazon. He anticipates seeing a lot more adversaries contend against Amazon by teaming up. He pointed that eBay was a possible candidate and Google as a likely buyer if it happens. He also believes in Kroger Co. The grocery chain store decreased by about 35 percent last year peak. The investors are worried about contending with Amazon since the online blimp currently accomplished whole foods and offers deliveries in some towns. There are at least 3000 Kroger stores in the United States, the dominant marketing strategy of organic food is what caused whole food to join up with Amazon. He also has faith in Grainger which has an extensive network of distribution centers and warehouses. Its assets are absolute for any company willing to join forces and compete with Amazon.
Jeff studied journalism at the University Of Florida and later became a local television reporter. Currently, he’s the editor of Total Wealth Insider at Banyan hill publishing located in Delray Beach, Florida. See more: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffyastine