Nicholas Vardy is currently Editor of Bull Market Alert, a trading service that focuses on making short-term profits in the hottest markets in the world, The Alpha Investor Letter, a monthly service focused on longer-term investments in global markets, and NickVardy.com, his personal blog. He is also Chief Investment Officer of Global Guru Capital, where he manages separate accounts for high net worth individuals.
Vardy has been a regular commentator on CNN International and the Fox Business Network. He is also founder of the London Junto, a regular gathering in the heart of London's hedge fund community, where leading London hedge fund managers and investment professionals meet to debate the investment issues of the day.
Vardy graduated from Stanford with a bachelor of arts degree with honors and distinction in both economics and history, and he also earned a master of arts degree in modern European intellectual history. After winning a Fulbright Scholarship, he earned his law degree at Harvard Law School. He is also a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).
Recent Articles By The Author
Five Reasons I'm Nervous About the Rise
The rally is suspect when you look at volume and the lack of participation by cyclicals.
There's a Red Flag in Global Stocks
The focus is on the U.S. market's recovery, but it's a bad sign when the rest of the world lags.
How to Play Red-Hot Emerging Markets
If you can stick with emerging markets in the face of gut-wrenching volatility, it's hard to go wrong.
Betting on Asia's 'Las Vegas'
Melco Crown Entertainment is the only pure play on the Macau growth story.
Taking Romney's Road to Wealth
The world of private equity is accessible through this ETF -- which, by the way, has been on fire.
Is Japan the Next Greece?
Japan's contracting economy, waning competitiveness and heavy debt load weigh heavily on the yen.
The Cure for Alexion
With only one drug on the market, the pharmaceutical company is expanding its pipeline.
To Outperform Apple
Intuitive Surgical has done better than Apple in the past six months -- but many investors are still skeptical.
China Kicks the Can Down The Road
The Chinese government has now given orders for Chinese banks to roll over $1.7 trillion.
Is Greece the 'Detroit of Europe?'
Like Greece, Detroit became hopelessly uncompetitive. But Germany can't emulate Washington.