Genia Turanova

Recent Articles by Genia Turanova

Is Bitcoin A Bubble?
By Genia Turanova | January 02, 2018 |
Here's my simple answer to the question on everyone's mind.
This Little-Known Market Could Hold Our Next Game-Changer
By Genia Turanova | December 27, 2017 |
Plus: A free look at the most hotly-anticipated, controversial, and thought-provoking thing we do here at StreetAuthority.
Why I'm Not Worried About A Pullback In The Market
By Genia Turanova | December 20, 2017 |
If markets become more active, that could simply end up giving the stock market a long-needed refresher.
2017 Was Good To Us, But 2018 Could Be Even Better
By Genia Turanova | December 14, 2017 |
When next year's gains start rolling in, these are the stocks you'll wish you'd bought.
The Retirement Income Portfolio That Grows Year After Year
By Genia Turanova | November 29, 2017 |
The power of compounding through dividend reinvestment can achieve some truly remarkable results for any portfolio. All it takes is a little time and patience...
4 Reasons Why I Love Monthly Dividend Payers
By Genia Turanova | November 27, 2017 |
Investments that pay a dividend every month aren’t a hard sell. After all, who doesn’t want a little extra monthly income to help tackle the monthly bills?
Monthly Dividends And The Beauty Of Reinvestment
By Genia Turanova | November 24, 2017 |
To put it in simplest terms, dividend reinvestment can make you richer quicker.
Reliable Monthly Dividend Payers For The Rest Of Your Life
By Genia Turanova | November 15, 2017 |
I've used this group of securities to make my portfolio on average 31% less volatile than the S&P 500.
How To Get A Lifetime Of Income Growth And Capital Gains
By Genia Turanova | November 13, 2017 |
This special group of stocks has outperformed all others, and returned an average of 14% per year over the past 86 years.
The High-Yield 'Sweet Spot' That Leads To The Best Returns
By Genia Turanova | November 06, 2017 |
When it comes to high-yielders, the biggest isn't necessarily the best. Instead, you want to find something in what I call the "high-yield sweet spot." Learn more here.