Daniel Liberto

Daniel Liberto

Daniel Liberto is a freelance journalist based in Italy. Prior to going freelance he lived for several years in London, writing about equity markets and personal finance for various publications across the Financial Times. He has a masters degree in journalism, an impressive stockpicking resume and is very passionate about all things investment-related.

  1. Company Insights

    Google's Waymo Poaches Tesla's Safety Head

    Matthew Schwall, Tesla’s main technical contact with U.S. safety investigators, becomes the latest top executive to leave ...
  2. Investing

    Amazon Halted Google Shopping Ads in April

    Amazon is keen to expand its own digital marketing offering and has shared a rocky relationship with Google.
  3. Investing

    Alphabet May Join Forces With Walmart to Take on Amazon in India

    Insider sources say that Google parent company Alphabet is keen to invest in Flipkart alongside Walmart.
  4. Stocks

    Apple May Adopt Amazon's Strategy With New TV App Plan

    The iPhone maker’s TV app plan is designed to boost its fast-growing services business amid weakening iPhone sales.
  5. Stocks

    Alcohol, Tobacco and Pharma Investing in Pot as Hedge: Moody's

    Beer, tobacco and pharmaceutical companies have a lot to lose if support to legalize pot across the nation continues to gain ...
  6. Stocks

    Qualcomm's $10B Share Buyback Plan Boosts Stock

    The chipmaker likely hopes its latest stock buyback program will help it to win over frustrated investors.
  7. Investing

    Comcast Lining Up Funds to Bid for Fox: Report

    The cable operator is attempting to outbid Disney’s initial offer of $52 billion for Fox’s media assets.
  8. Stocks

    Elon Musk Buys Almost $10M in Tesla Stock

    Musk bought 33,000 shares in the company he founded shortly after taunting investors for betting against the stock.
  9. Stocks

    Nestlé Paying $7.15B to Sell Starbucks Products Globally

    The partnership may help the coffee empires fight off growing competition.
  10. Stocks

    Tesla Shorts May Soon Lose Their Attractiveness: S3 Partners

    The days of investors excessively piling into short positions against Tesla might be coming to an end.
  11. Stocks

    Apple Can Climb 7% in the Next Year: Gene Munster

    Analyst Gene Munster claims that the iPhone maker is capable of paying out $60 billion per year to investors.
  12. Stocks

    Tesla Hit With $2B Lawsuit for Allegedly Violating Patents

    Electric-hydrogen truck startup Nikola claims that Tesla's Semi infringes on its patents.
  13. Stocks

    Why Twitter and Fitbit Surged Yesterday

    Twitter and Fitbit’s share prices soared on Monday after both companies announced new partnerships that boost their respective ...
  14. Stocks

    WhatsApp CEO Quits After Privacy Disagreement

    Parent company Facebook is under pressure to chip away at WhatsApp's core values.
  15. Virtual Currency

    Warren Buffett Says Buying Bitcoin Isn't Investing

    The Oracle of Omaha dismissed bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as speculative gambles.