Tony Daltorio

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Tony Daltorio is a freelance investment writer. For nearly two decades, he worked as a broker and supervisor at a major discount brokerage firm, where he met face-to-face with retail investors daily. For nearly a decade now, he has devoted his time to writing. He has written for various investment research companies, including Motley Fool, Street Authority, Emerging Money, Streetwise Reports, Wall Street Daily, Money Morning, Investment U, Commodity HQ, ETF Trends, Investopedia and Seeking Alpha. Tony joined Wyatt Investment Research in April 2015. His expertise is in foreign markets and commodities, but his experience allows him to cover a wide range of subjects.

Watch Out for Tricky Technology Earnings

A Wall Street Journal headline from last June said it best: “Accounting Choices Blur Profit Picture.” In other words,

Snap IPO: Biggest Tech IPO Since Facebook

The excitement continues to build for the Snap IPO, when the parent of the seemingly ubiquitous app Snapchat goes public.

Snap IPO: A Jumbo Offering Springs From a Millennial App

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Best Play on Autonomous Cars? Alphabet

One of the big draws at the recent annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas was the automakers showing off their latest

Commodities in 2017: What You Need to Know

In a complete turnaround from a terrible 2015, commodities in 2016 enjoyed their best yearly gain since 2010. The rebound was

Huge Boom Ahead for Budding Marijuana Industry

One of the hottest segments of the stock market at the moment is the marijuana sector. There are whole newsletters devoted

Another Winning Trump Sector: Transportation

With just a few minor bumps in the road, the so-called Trump rally continues moving down the road. Speaking of roads, one

The Trump Effect: 2 Under-the-Radar Defense Stocks

The Trump rally in the U.S. stocks rolls on. Leading the way are the market sectors most likely to receive a boost from the e

Investors: Here’s the Best Sector for the Trump Years

Investors have already built in a lot of expectations regarding the presidency of Donald J. Trump. As with all past president

Why Copper Is Red-Hot Now

This phenomenon is seen every time a new U.S. president is elected: Wall Street searches for the sectors that will benefit th