Genia Turanova

Genia Turanova, Chief Investment Strategist for Game-Changing Stocks and Fast-Track Millionaire, is a financial writer and money manager whose experience includes serving for more than a decade as a portfolio manager and Investment Committee member for a New York-based money management firm.  Genia also researched, wrote and managed recommendations for several investment advisories. From 2011 to 2016, she served as Editor of the award-winning Leeb Income Performance newsletter. Genia also wrote for The Complete Investor, another award winner, from 2003 to 2016. During that time, Genia was responsible for several portfolios, including the "Income/Value" portfolio and the "FastTrack" portfolio. Genia's academic credentials include an MBA in Finance and Investments from the Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College in New York City. Genia is a CFA Charterholder.

Analyst Articles

  GreenSky (Nasdaq: GSKY), the fintech company that provides point-of-sale loans, this morning reported disappointing financial results for the second quarter, and it’s paying the price. GSKY’s quarterly revenue of $138.7 million, although higher by some 31% than a year ago, fell short of the $140.8… Read More

By the time you read this, you must be well aware that something went wrong with the stock market rally. Over the last week, the trade war escalated, with the slapping of new tariffs on Chinese goods and reports of China asking state-owned companies… Read More

The Federal Reserve announced on Wednesday that it will lower interest rates by 25 basis points.... Read More

The Federal Reserve announced on Wednesday that it will lower interest rates by 25 basis points. This is the first cut we’ve seen in a decade, and rates are already low by historical... Read More

  2U (Nasdaq: TWOU), the online learning platform, late Tuesday reported a strong 39% revenue growth during its second quarter but guided for lower per-share earnings for the remaining two quarters of the year and highlighted several challenges facing its business model. The stock sold off… Read More