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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The gold market may be in the early innings of a new bull run, UBS told clients on Wednesday, listing a plethora of reasons to buy the shiny metal.
Legendary investor Byron Wien believes policymakers are playing with fire and may be running out of options, should a recession arise.
CNBC's Kelly Evans was joined by Larry Fink, Paul Singer and David Rubenstein to discuss their investment outlook and market approach.
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In this in-depth interview hosted from Aspen, CNBC's Kelly Evans discusses stocks, politics and other current topics with money managers Larry Fink, Paul Singer and David Rubenstein.
Louise Yamada, a top technical analyst on Wall Street, believes stocks are not out of the woods and remain vulnerable to a large drop.
"Halftime Report" investor Stephanie Link believes shares of Visa are poised to rally.
Jim Bianco, president of Bianco Research, joins CNBC's Rick Santelli to discuss Federal Reserve monetary policy.
Facebook's advertising dominance masks a growing threat from Snapchat, says BreakingViews.
Using Kensho, a hedge fund analytics tool, we looked at what happens after FANG stocks rose 5 percent or more in a month.
CNBC "Squawk Box" Platinum Portfolio investor Louis Navellier bought Nvidia for his model portfolio Thursday.
Legendary technical analyst Louise Yamada joins CNBC PRO to detail her investment outlook and make her case for using charts.
Gabelli shares his views on what could be ahead for stocks following the U.K. vote to leave the European Union.
JPMorgan told clients to brace for a possible correction in U.S. stocks.