Jeff Yastine Explains Why Cybersecurity Makes For A Great Investment

Total Wealth Insider is a financial publication which focuses on spotting investing opportunities that others in the industry have missed. The goal is to help readers achieve financial freedom and it is published by Banyan Hill Publishing. The editor of this publication is Jeff Yastine who has been an author and journalist for many years. View Jeff Yastine’s profile at LinkedIn

Jeff Yastine graduated from the University of Florida in 1986. He worked as a journalist from that time until 2010. 17 of those years were spent on the PBS show Nightly Business Report. He was a senior correspondent on this show who reported on business and financial news and trends. Among the big stories he covered was the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and how the BP oil spill affected the Gulf Coast. He also traveled twice to Cuba to report on their economy and he earned an Emmy Award nomination for one of his stories in 2007 called “State of Repair”.

After leaving Nightly Business Report he moved to Baltimore and started his career as an editorial director at The Oxford Club LLC. Before joining Banyan Hill Publishing he also worked in West Palm Beach, Florida for a few years at Newsmax Media, Inc. He says he enjoys doing research into the fundamentals of different companies and figuring out where industries are headed. While most of his articles appear in Total Wealth Insider he also publishes other at which is a financial website. Read more on for more info.

The industry that Jeff Yastine sees as the next great opportunity to make money is those companies in cybersecurity. He says that there’s a lot of money going into this industry which is moving these companies stocks higher. Two years ago, he says, about $3.8 billion went into this sector. That doubled to $7.6 billion in 2017. He expects even more money going into cybersecurity because of the overwhelming need for more security when it comes to the internet.

As Jeff Yastine points out, there have been an ever-increasing number of websites being breached. Some of the big ones in the recent past are Equifax being hacked as well as Intel, ARM, and AMD having security flaws built into their processors. The professor flaws, in particular, guarantee that more money will be going towards cybersecurity which is great news for those who want to invest in companies that create the software which protects computer systems. Visit:


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