Named for a newsletter that Jeff Yastine edits for Banyan Hill Publishing, this year’s Total Wealth Symposium will take place in Las Vegas on September 20, 2018. The purpose of the symposium is to shed light on investment opportunities that will pay quick dividends. According to two sources, those who heeded the advice given at last year’s Total Wealth Symposium realized a 1,665% return on their investments. Follow Jeff Yastine on Facebook.
500 tickets will be available for the Total Wealth Symposium and must be ordered in advance. Food and beverages will be served. In addition to Jeff Yastine(see more about him below) a partial list of scheduled speakers includes:
Ted Bauman- whose writings on finance have been used as a guidebook by governments and the World Bank. Bauman specializes in asset safeguards like encrypted data. His newsletter “The Bauman Letter” has 170,000 readers.
Ian King-a financial analyst and authority on crypto-currency. He edits a newsletter entitled “Crypto Profit Trader”. King is also a contributor to “Fox Business News”, Investopedia,”Zero Hedge”, and “Seeking Alpha”.
Matt Badiali-a former University of North Carolina Geology teacher who is an expert on investing in natural resources. Badiali’s investment advice is based on his own on-sight inspections.
Paul Mampilly– the creator of “Profits Unlimited” Mampilly also edits that newsletter. He has managed accounts for banks based in Germany, Scotland, and Switzerland as well as a major retailer. At the upcoming symposium, he is expected to unveil three new stock picks. Paul Mampilly has an ambitious goal for Total Wealth Symposium attendees. He wants them all to be millionaires by December 31 of this year.
Jeff Yastine-whose knowledge of business comes from having reported on the business world for over three decades. Jeff Yastine spent 16 years anchoring PBS’ “Nightly Business Report”. During his tenure at PBS Yastine who has a degree in Telecommunications from the University of Florida was nominated for an Emmy. Between his jobs at PBS and Banyan Hill, Jeff Yastine held supervisory positions at NewsMax and the Oxford Club.