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.

Investors, Brace Yourselves for Agriculture 3.0

By 2050, the population of the Earth will surpass nine billion people. And the rise of the middle class in places like Chi

The Sun Is Shining on Renewable Energy

“Finally!” That sign of relief you heard comes from long-time supporters of renewable energy. After years of seemingly em

Driverless Cars: Who’s On Board and Where Are They Headed?

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Big Oil Dividends: Going, Going, Gone?

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The Oil Glut: It’s Groundhog Day . . . Again

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The rally in precious metals is gathering momentum. First, gold – a mainly monetary metal – led the charge. Then, silv

The New Age of Medicine: Bioelectronics

The pharmaceutical industry is transforming right before our eyes. Since the 19th century, medicine centered around using

Next Frontier in Tech: The Internet of Things

The founder of Japan's Softbank (OTC: SFTBY), Masayoshi Son, is known for his big bets. Or what he calls big “crazy ideas.

Why South America Is Becoming an Investing Destination

Politically, we are living in a world that is turned upside down and inside out. Developed markets – the United States, the

Why Silver Shines as the Brightest Haven

While other commodities – such as oil and gold – tend to grab the spotlight, another commodity has led the way higher in