Ian King Joins Banyan Hill Publishing to Empower Prospective Investors

Businessman, Entrepreneur, Expert, Investor
All too often, the word unicorn is appended to mythical stories read to children. In the financial industry, the same word is used to describe a start-up. The $1 billion valuation venture is an absolute rarity. Currently, the unicorn is a start-up venture that many companies have applied to boost businesses. Across the world, over 200 such companies have been labeled as unicorns. Examples of Unicorns You have heard of Uber, Airbnb, Pinterest and lastly, Dropbox. These are unicorns in the business world. As the famous unicorns, these companies have attracted an investment of over $200 billion. In market valuation and statistics, they attract $967 billion with 400 percent as the return. The 400 Percent cannot be traced to a brokerage account as they are property from venture capitalist...

Shervin Pishevar Makes News with a Tweet Storm about America’s Economy

Angel Investor, Business, Business Leader, CEO, Entrepreneur, Investment Research, Investments, Investor, Venture Capitalist
Venture capitalist Shervin Pishevar recently turned heads during a storm of 50 tweets. Prompted by an early-February slide in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, Pishevar began the storm by tweeting, "Some thoughts on financial storms I seeing brewing ahead. I expect a 6000-point drop in aggregate in the months ahead. Here's why."   Shervin Pishevar next fingered the culprits of the market's 2018 woes. He cited increases in credit deficits and interest rates, and he stated, "Tax giveaways without matching service cuts lead to a descent into panic." Continuing, he also noted, "Every asset class has proven to be overvalued."   Additionally, he decried popular financial instruments with the potential to bring a new Great Recession. "All volatility indexes are suspect for t...

Ted Bauman Predicts Volatility

Bitcoin, Expert, Investor
Today, Bitcoin is one of the hottest products on the market, hailed by many as the future of currency due to its ability to move value from place to place, while also keeping the government out of the equation. While expert opinions have been divided on the potential of Bitcoin, and cryptocurrency in general, financial expert, Ted Bauman recently weighed in on the topic in his newsletter, The Bauman Letter. He points out one major flaw that might hinder the development of Bitcoin, or even bring about its demise – transaction speeds are, for the most part, incredibly slow. While most notable credit card institutions, such as Visa, can process thousands of transactions per second, the technology that Bitcoin is built on, limits it to only a handful of transactions per second. Follow ted Baum

Jeff Yastine Discusses An Amazing New Industry, Regtech

Every time a client of a banking institution enters the facility and interacts with their bank account, there are security clearances that must be done such as identification card examination as well as forms to sign. All of these things are regulations and rules that are put into place by the jurisdictional bodies that govern the world of finance, banking, investment and trading as well as just about every other form of business. It may be surprising to learn that most financial or banking institutions spend over $10 million annually to make sure that every aspect of their business meets and adheres to every single rule or regulation. The sheer volume of rules and regulations held within the world of business can become extremely staggering as well as extremely expensive to manage. ...

Jeff Yastines Recommendation of Companies in the Retail Sector

Businessman, Investor
Jeff Yastine, the well-known investment advisor and an editor of the renowned Banyan Hill Publishing, is known for analyzing the companies in various sectors including its growth prospects and giving accurate judgment to help the investors. Recently, he provided his recommendations in the retail space that are expected to give fruitful results by competing with Amazon – the dominant player in the industry. Yastine thinks that more mergers and acquisitions are expected this year considering the technology players try to pitch into the industry. In that sense, eBay is a worthy investment according to him. Yastine says that Google may acquire eBay in an attempt establish retail arm to compete for the selling power of Amazon. The large network of fulfillment centers or warehouses of eBay ca

Jeff Yastine: An Emerging Industry that is Profitable

Jeff Yastine is an influential figure in the business world. His expertise in the finance world has given him an upper hand in business. At the moment, Yastine is working at one of the top companies in the United States, known as Banyan Hill Publishing. Because Jeff Yastine has served in the competitive market for a long time, he is equipped with a lot of knowledge concerning stocks and the emerging trends in the finance world. As an editor in the leading platform, the businessman has been helping people in the international community to become prosperous in the unpredictable market. More info about Jeff Yastine at Just recently, Jeff Yastine talked to his audience about government regulations and the kind of impact they have on businesses in the modern times. Yastine says th...

Paul Mampilly Predicts Doom For Apple

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There have been periods of stagnation and inclines in the performance of Apple for several years. The past decade has seen expansion and growth for Apple with a share of the smartphone market that is rivaled in the United States only by Samsung. Paul Mampilly thinks that growth will not continue during 2018 but that the future of Apple is doomed. $AAPL is doomed. And 2018 is the year where I believe you’ll start to see that this once-great American company has peaked and the Apple stock price is ready to decline. Here's why . . .#Apple #tech #technology #stocks #stockmarket #banyanhill — Paul Mampilly (@Paul_M_Guru) December 21, 2017 Paul Mampilly has a history of making predictions that are accurate and profitable when it comes to purchasing stocks. Since r