Giovanny covers investment trends for CNBC PRO, CNBC's premium digital-content platform, with a focus on equities, global markets, currencies and commodities.
Prior to this role, he spent five years as the lead quantitative analyst for CNBC Television, partnering with reporters and show units to provide research and analytics related to the stock market.
His expertise spans across multiple industries and asset classes with an emphasis on telling the story through the numbers.
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Citi's Tobias Levkovich reveals his investment outlook for the weeks ahead.
Goldman Sachs on Tuesday upgraded Disney to buy from hold on the potential for higher earnings ahead.
Morgan Stanley on Friday upgraded GrubHub to overweight from equal weight, citing the potential for higher earnings on user growth.
Deutsche Bank believes Netflix shares could rise after the company releases earnings Wednesday.
CNBC PRO used crowd-sourced earnings platform Estimize to find the stocks with the best chance at beating the Street.
Seth Masters, who oversees $80 billion in assets at Bernstein Private Wealth Management, reveals his 2017 strategy for CNBC PRO.
Credit Suisse on Thursday downgraded the steel industry to neutral from overweight.
Jefferies believes the anticipation of lower taxes in 2017 could present an investment opportunity among a group of stocks.
Wells Fargo Securities initiated a group of software stocks with an outperform rating,
Nygren, who manages $16 billion as part of the Oakmark Fund, reveals his favorite health-care stocks for 2017.
Hedge fund titan Carl Icahn spoke with CNBC on what might be ahead for investors after Donald Trump was sworn in.
Tech investor Paul Meeks believes shares of Fitbit could present a buying opportunity.
Bill Gross shares his views on President Trump and the markets in an exclusive interview on CNBC.
Treasurys should struggle as investors dump the safe haven during this typically hopeful time of change.
Citron's Andrew Left shares his favorite cybersecurity stock idea in an interview with CNBC's Scott Wapner.
Morgan Stanley forecasts iPhone unit sales will grow by 12 percent in fiscal 2018.
JPMorgan on Monday told clients of two companies that may be best positioned to lead the trend in self-driving cars.