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Tony Daltorio is a freelance investment writer that joined Investors Alley in September 2016. 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 over a decade now, he has devoted his time to writing about the markets. Tony has written for various investment research companies, including Motley Fool, Emerging Money, Wall Street Daily, Money Morning, Investment U, Commodity HQ, ETF Trends, Investopedia, and Seeking Alpha. Tony is also the editor for Investors Alley's Premium Digest and Market Mavens newsletters.
Citigroup (C) is the third-largest lender in the U.S. and the least-loved major bank by investors—for good reason. The bank has been a chronic poor performer seemingly forever. But changes at this disliked bank are now creating some great opportunities for investors, notes Tony Daltorio, editor of Investors Alley.
As we seek to electrify everything, from power generation to transportation, copper is the one material that’s used everywhere in the energy transition, observes Tony Daltorio, growth stock expert and editor at Investor's Alley.
Last year was a bad one for many companies…but not for consumer goods providers, which had a remarkably strong 2022. One name I’m interested in is the food, home, and personal care group Unilever (UL), remarks Tony Daltorio, editor at Investors Alley.
The war in Ukraine lit a fire underneath defense stocks. Most investors are focused on the Big 5 in the sector, but I think the sixth-largest name -- L3Harris Technologies (LHX) – is most attractive, writes Tony Daltorio, editor at Investors Alley.