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.

The Best Stock to Play the Bottled Water Craze

The hottest drink on the planet is water. And it's particularly popular here in the United States. Industry tracker Bevera

Mexican Equities to Benefit from Booming Auto Sector

Like many other emerging markets, Mexico has been caught up in a period of exchange-rate depreciation. Its currency, the peso

Time Warner Cable Deal Puts John Malone Back on Top

After a two-year pursuit, it looks like John Malone finally claimed his prize: Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC). Charter Com

How to Profit from the Generic Drug War

There's an odd three-way tango going on in the generic drug industry. Last month, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. (NYS

Warren Buffett’s Image Tarnished by 3G Capital

Warren Buffett loves needling the hedge fund industry by basically saying hedge fund managers are well-paid underperformers.

Hidden in Plain View: The South Korean Bull Market

It was a stock market almost forgotten by global investors for three years. Even this year, it's been overshadowed by stronge

Land of the Rising Stocks: How to Play Japan’s Bull Market

The sigh of relief coming from Japanese investors was almost palpable after a 15-year wait. On April 22, the Nikkei 225 in

Nokia Reinvents Itself (Again) with Alcatel-Lucent Deal

It's almost a sense of déjà vu watching Nokia (NYSE: NOK) transform itself again. What was once a sleepy little Finnish

FedEx Looks to Score Big in Europe with TNT Acquisition

Earlier this month, FedEx (NYSE: FDX) launched a $4.8 billion takeover offer for Dutch package delivery company TNT Express (

This Corporate Trend Is the Secret to Big Pharma Profits

There has been no sector hotter for deal-making than the pharmaceutical sector. Last year saw in excess of $250 billion worth