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About Tony

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.

Tony's Articles

The strategic moves made by Rio Tinto PLC (RIO) over the past few years are really starting to come together. Long-term decision-making and some smart acquisitions are providing a strong growth path for the global mining giant, notes Tony Daltorio, editor at Investors Alley.
Utility stocks are historically seen as dull but dependable. After all, they have assured demand despite limits on profitability due to heavy regulation, observes Tony Daltorio, editor at Investor's Alley.
By now, we have all become familiar with Europe’s woes regarding natural gas and its dependency on Russian gas supplies, observes Tony Daltorio, contributing editor at Investors Alley.
President Biden recently attended a move-in event in Arizona for Taiwan Semiconductor (TSM) — signaling the installation of essential equipment has begun at the company's new plant, explains Tony Daltorio, contributing editor at Investors Alley.