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
Beware of Potential Black Swans
Here are three possible, yet unexpected, bits of bad news that could shake the market out of its complacency.
Concern Shifts to Portugal
Signs of contagion indicate Portugal may be the next PIIGS domino to fall.
Spanking Greece Hard
Will the EU finally show the eurozone's problem child the door?
The Lowdown on Davos
What's the takeaway from the world economic summit so far? Bet against pessimism and on the U.S.
Playing in Biotech -- A Primer
Biotech is changing, so here's how to invest amid the industry's new gold rush.
How You Can Profit if Greece Defaults
It's time to prep for a hard default on Greek debt.
Don't Go Global
There is little upside in looking outside the U.S. in the first quarter.
Setting Up For a Bullish Swing Trade
Here's how I intend to play the U.S. sentiment surge over the next few weeks.
Good Tidings for 2012
I have four reasons to believe that this will be a strong year for the U.S. economy.
Drink Up Shares of AmBev
The stock of South America's biggest brewer has done well in 2011 and should continue to move higher into next year.