Here’s what I look like
I was born and bred in Iran to a Jewish family (and no, I’m nothing like a Persian Jewish Princess)
I went to Japan when I was 18 (all alone) to study electrical engineering. I lived there for 7 years.
I was the only religious minority in my class in Iran, the only girl and foreigner in my class in Japan, and now an advocate in the male dominated field of finance in NYC
My book was published by McGraw-Hill shortly after I came to the US
I’ve prepared free investing videos for you here
Some fun facts about me
My superpowers (we ALL have superpowers)
How about you?
SO excited to get to know you better!
Kiana was born in Iran and was raised in a Jewish family, where she lived until she was 18.
After high school, the Japanese government awarded Kiana a scholarship to study Electrical Engineering in Japan. She lived in Japan for seven years.
Kiana did many things in Japan while studying: modeling, TV shows and teaching English.
She made many Japanese friends, and often talked to her Japanese mom who was an FX trader.
At the time of the 2008 market crash, Kiana’s Japanese mom helped her open a forex account, exchanging her Yen for the falling US dollar. She made 1000,000 yen in one month and was very excited.
Then Kiana met a money manager who told her: “I’ll do the trading for you, so why don’t you give me your money?”
Kiana said yes, and before she knew it the money manager lost her 10,000,000 yen.
She was very upset that she had made an uneducated investment decision.
In 2010, Kiana decided to move to New York to learn more about trading.
That’s when she discovered that almost 98% of traders are men, and most of them lose money.
Where is the education? Where are the female traders?
After years of educating herself in trading and enrolling in the CMT program, Kiana decided to develop a system that others can also take advantage of; regardless of their financial education background.
No unnecessary “fancy schamncy” economic terminology, and no beating around the bush about what it takes to become a successful investor.
Unlike other education programs out there who push their students to trade, Invest Diva doesn’t profit whether you trade or not.
Kiana specifically separated herself from all brokers, and doesn’t get a commission for introducing traders to brokers. She refuses to advertise brokers on her website, so she can remain true to her education focus.
Empower & Educate Women to Grow Their Wealth by Investing Like an Invest Diva.
That is why Invest Diva students trust Kiana with her guidance, as she has no reason to misguide them to the brokers’ benefit.