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
Betting on a Short-Term Bounce
Maybe the market is more predictable than you think.
Are the Days of the Hedge Fund Stars Over?
Report cards are in and some of the biggest names in the industry have been hit hard.
Time to Sell the Super-Sized Swiss Franc
Buying a McDonald's meal for $22 in Lugano says a lot about how overvalued the Swissie is.
Europe's Virtuous Go Unrewarded
Germany and Sweden do all the right things, and their ETFs get hammered.
'La Dolce Vita' Ain't So Sweet for Investors
So everyone knows Italy is broken -- what can be done about it?
This PIIGS Member Can Make You Green
You make your biggest money when you buy stocks in a country no one else will touch
Zagging While the Market Zigs
My risk tolerance and time horizon allowed me to add to my positions during last week's tumult.
Why You Should Pile Into the Market
Most price- and breadth-based indicators are stretched to negative extremes.
Bet Against Europe and Emerging Markets
You can make more money, more quickly by betting on a sharp drop in global markets than you can by betting on a decline in the S&P 500.
Red-Hot Chile: The "Anti-Greece"
The Latin American country's economy is healthy and thriving while larger and more powerful nations flounder.